In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- It came with a straw, swizzle stick and a tiny macaroon biscuit.
- Mitch looked at the two women, playfully taking a swizzle stick, and mock stabbing himself in the heart with it.
- Have a coke with a couple lime wedges in it + ice + a swizzle stick.
- Karen Kitt pointed at the wall-clock with her swizzle stick.
- Catching the look in the smaller girl's eyes, she lunged forward, throwing her swizzle stick.
- ‘Ah, c'mon,’ he says, twirling his drink's swizzle stick, ‘you're tiny, for Christ's sake.’
- If you really like throwing parties, why not pick up a few themed tablecloths, swizzle sticks, or other cheap party goods?
- Even new swizzle sticks which are also referred to as stirrers or picks, depending on whether their ends are pointy or not, can be quite high-priced.
- There will be no hot cider with cinnamon swizzle sticks around the T.V. on crisp evenings this September.
- I have a swizzle stick and I know how to use it… well, I don't actually, but I'm sure I'll soon learn the correct wrist action.
- Set out a cork screw, bottle opener, swizzle sticks, cocktail napkins and all the necessary ingredients for making the beverages you are offering.
- I preferred cocktails the old way - when they were pink and sickly and stuffed with rainbow-coloured swizzle sticks and sparklers.
- We discussed issues like what to do with paper parasols, swizzle sticks shaped like flamingos, sparklers and other cocktail paraphernalia while you drink your drink.
- I sincerely hope you took my advice about the melted chocolate swizzle stick.
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