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Bottle

A British slang term for either 2 pounds or 200 pounds. The term derives from "bottle of glue," which rhymes with two. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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In the parental rush to provide children with only the healthiest, purest, most wholesome ingredients for life, many families opt to serve bottled water along with the mashed carrots and multi-grain Cheerios.
Texas outright embargoed the brand in July--first for selling what appeared to be a non-disinfected bottled water within state lines, then for technicalities on the font-size of its mineral supplement label.
Paul, Minnesota, claims that his milk bottled in refillable plastic, sells for between six and 12 cents per gallon less than milk bottled in disposable containers.
"Bottled water is virtually contaminant - and lead-free," claims Prats.
Falling Sky is selling the bottled beer at its pub, 1334 Oak Alley, and at its Pour House & Delicatessen, 790 Blair Blvd.
When compared to other packaged beverage categories, it becomes clear that bottled water's growth can be attributed to a 'shift-in-consumption' trend, with the soft drink category experiencing its eighth consecutive year of volume loss.
Tap water has a much lower carbon footprint than bottled water - no trucks distributing it and no bottles to dispose of once you've drunk it.
Other information given on the back states: "Bottled under the authority of [the] Country Music Beverage Company [of] Jackson, Miss.
Bottled water is actually considered a packaged food product the U.S.
Over half of Americans drink bottled water, spending 240-10,000 times more per gallon for bottled water than they do for tap water, a trend largely fueled by the belief that bottled water is safer and healthier than tap water.
Bottled water has become increasingly more popular than tap water among water connoisseurs.
Americans spent $1.5 billion on an estimated 1.25 billion gallons of bottled water in 1987, according to the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA).