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a stick used for playing a drum

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One of her responsibilities as a drumstick finisher is smoothing the butt ends, an important job which lets the drummer get a firm grip on the sticks.
Both flavors are topped off with crunchy graham cracker pieces for true Nestle Drumstick delight.
Children can accomplish amazing things," said John Harrison, Official Ice Cream Taster for the Nestle Drumstick brand.
Hills and Ladbrokes are compiling a report on the market pattern of Tuesday's Warwick race, won by Drumstick after lone opponent Man Mood was pulled up.
The classic NESTLE DRUMSTICK cone reinvented in a convenient new snack size --
Peel the skin off each chicken drumstick and make two deep slashes into the thickest part of the meat.
PITTSBURGH, March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Smith Brothers Agency, a Pittsburgh-based independent, idea-focused marketing agency, was named the interactive agency of record for Dreyer's frozen ice cream snack division, which includes The Skinny Cow, Nestle Drumstick, Eskimo Pie and Nestle Push-Up brands.
Nestle Drumstick cones are an Official MiLB Sponsor for 2008 Season
New Peanut Butter Drumstick Cones and Mint Drumstick Cones
June 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Nestle Drumstick The Original Sundae Cone is encouraging everyone to celebrate the official kick off to summer today by dropping a locked bunker full of Nestle Drumstick cones in Washington Square Park.
Nestle ice cream is celebrating minor league baseball in America with a promotion centered on its Drumstick frozen novelty.
The LP RhythMix X-Drum has a comfortable X-shaped handle, allowing children to play the drum in two ways: by holding the handle and striking it with the included drumstick or by setting it on the floor.
Any moment a dancer was not ingeniously twisting through the gymnastic inversions of capoeira, the Afro-Brazilian martial art, or dancing the deceptively simple samba, he or she had a drumstick or a tambourine in hand.
Leave equal lengths of string loose at both ends of drumstick chain.