We tried the Flotsam
Mojito and the pub's version of a Long Island Iced Tea, and both were pretty watered down and flavorless.
Attack the weedline or flotsam
with a pair of rods and mix up the lures.
Today, scientists recognize flotsam
as a tremendous source of scientific data.
Burns decided to highlight the work of the leading expert on flotsam
and jetsam, Dr.
Still, a bit of mill flotsam
could always lodge in the gap between wheel and sensor and disrupt things, Robin son said.
In practice, Holland would surely agree (as part of an exit deal) to buy back the flotsam
of notes (which would have found their way into central bank vaults in the truncated union as a counterpart to deposit growth).
The model uses local winds to 'blow' the flotsam
Everything found its use: children collected flotsam
from the sea coast which was turned into the mobiles which now decorate the centre's cafe
Such images contrast nicely with Benes's Warholian "veneration" of such pop flotsam
as a fork used by actor Steven Van Zandt of The Sopranos.
Our generation is not so lucky in regard to the mental flotsam
that occasionally rises to the surface of our internal seas.
But the Coastguard insisted there was no evidence of a collision and flotsam
found near the serach area could not be identified as belonging to the boat.
As a result, theological books are at premium for Burma's seminaries and Bible colleges, with libraries pieced together from the flotsam
and jetsam of what happens to be available, mostly books left over from the pre-1966 days of the missionaries, or carried in by visitors and returning travelers, he said.