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a cocktail made of tequila and triple sec with lime and lemon juice

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The Presidente Margarita is not just your typical margarita," said Sara Fasolino, chief spirits sommelier for Chili's Grill & Bar.
There are key subdivisions and communities within Rancho Santa Margarita that BanCorp Properties believes that it could exploit including; Dove Canyon, Las Flores, Rancho Cielo, Wagon Wheel and Robinson Ranch.
Within days Margarita, who turned to prostitution as a teenager to pay for her mum's cancer treatment, received a warning from a paramilitary group to leave the town of Apartado - or be killed.
Perhaps that's just the reason the founding fathers (well, not quite) deemed late February fit for National Margarita Day.
Margarita, who is a Cypriot national, was a player on the Akaki team.
Margarita informed the Call for Health Specialist that in December 2007 she suffered miscarriage.
Guava, raspberry and even a jalapeno offering caught our eye, but those flavors could be used to mask a mediocre margarita.
Santa Margarita, the second seed in the 28-team tournament, recorded a 25-23, 25-22 semifinal victory over the third-seeded Tologs (25-4).
After a drop in the number of international tourists visiting Venezuela due to the political turbulence over the last few years, the government is working on a program to promote and sell Margarita Island as the country's welcome mat.
The Margarita is available at all three N9NE restaurants, in Chicago and also at the Palms Casino in Las Vegas and at the Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa outside of Palm Springs, CA.
After several disputes--in court--a margarita is legally defined as a beverage, which contains tequila, and any variation of lime or lemon juice, orange juice or orange flavored liqueur such as Cointreau, Triple Sec, or Curacao, and ice.
More than 500 years ago, Spanish explorers settled Margarita Island, near Venezuela.