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the top of a container that must be screwed off and on

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3lbs sloes; 4oz caster sugar; -oz almond essence; 1 bottle gin Wash sloes and spear with a fork before pouring into a ' gallon screwtop bottle or jar.
We tried a screwtop, but we found the symbolic noise was not there which was no good as it was our priority to keep this specific and evocative sound of the champagne opening," he added.
You cannot use screwtop bottles--the neck is weaker and may break.
Instead, I just popped into Asda -admittedly the face of corporate America in the UK - and bought myself a bottle of the very tasty screwtop Stellar Orqanics Sauviqnon Blanc 2006 (Asda, pounds 4.
99, Phil specialises in wine advice without the jargon, taking readers through choosing wine for food, assessing bottles by price, label and vintage, and the eternal cork versus screwtop debate.
A SUPPLIER of screwtop bottled wines to supermarket chains Tesco and the Co-op has been bought by a quartet of senior managers.
He opened a drawer to find approximately 40 lb of mercury stored in a polyethylene bottle with a screwtop lid.
One of our planes, Screwtop 600, had been loaned to a sister squadron for two months because they were short a bird.
Kitchen-friendly shatterproof plastics screwtop jars have been chosen for most products with the two most popular lines, Brown Sauce and Tomato Ketchup, in 4.
But several codes in the microscopic cover standard data, including L29 for refrigerating urine for cultures and L36 for dispensing one drop of urine into a screwtop vial.
The Mini is a single-serving bottle that holds approximately one glass of wine and is sealed with a screwtop.
Caught in the moment, she enthusiastically agreed, texted her co-owner Lindsay at the Woodside Equestrian Centre, Prestwick, and she (not under the influence of Waverley screwtop vino) loved it.
Make the dressing by placing all the ingredients in a screwtop jar and shaking vigorously to combine.
Inset, Pascal Chatonnet argues that winemakers should take more care over what they put in screwtop bottles
The range also features a more distinctive label and brand logo, while the bottles have been made 15% lighter with a screwtop format replacing synthetic corks.