JUICE


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AcronymDefinition
JUICEJoint Users Interoperability Communications Exercise
JUICEJustice by Uniting in Creative Energy (est. 2001; Los Angeles, CA)
JUICEJoin Us in Creating Excitement
JUICEJoint University Initiative for Coach Education (UK)
JUICEJoint US/IDF Cooperative Effort
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It is the wholesomest juice that ever was squeezed out of the grape," said she; "for, instead of disguising a man, as other liquor is apt to do, it brings him to his true self, and shows him as he ought to be.
Captain Bonneville remarked his rising spleen, and regretted that he had no juice of the grape to keep it down.
Yes--with her bonnet hanging down her back, and her fat face, dreadfully smeared with red juice, turned up towards the cherry-tree, while she held her little round hole of a mouth and her red-stained pinafore to receive the promised downfall.
As the juice of the fig-tree curdles milk, and thickens it in a moment though it is liquid, even so instantly did Paeeon cure fierce Mars.
Old Tinor now appeared, holding in her hand some simples she had gathered, the juice of which she by signs besought me to squeeze into the wound.
Tis fuel, food, and timber; And when your stiff day’s work is done, Its juice will make you limber, Then flow away, etc.
my broomstick hath strangely disappeared, stolen, as I suspect, by that unhanged witch, Goody Cory, and that, too, when I was all anointed with the juice of smallage, and cinquefoil, and wolf's bane"
But where the conical explosive bullets of the twentieth century were of no avail, the poisoned arrows of the natives, dipped in the juice of strophanthus and steeped afterwards in decayed carrion, could succeed.
When the Queen sees them doing this she signs to the servants to wash up and put away, and then everybody adjourns to the dance, the Queen walking in front while the Lord Chamberlain walks behind her, carrying two little pots, one of which contains the juice of wall-flower and the other the juice of Solomon's Seals.
His broken-fanged teeth were stained black by betel-nut, the juice of which he spat upon the ground.
There 's too much juice,' said Nelly, shaking her head wisely.
No mystery, Valeria, in that claret--I'll take my oath it's nothing but innocent juice of the grape.