BOYC

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AcronymDefinition
BOYCBottle of Your Choice
BOYCBeverage of Your Choice
BOYCBranched Oak Yacht Club (Nebraska)
BOYCBó Young Creatives
BOYCBoyne City Railroad
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Please join me in hoisting the (beverage of your choice) to a bygone tradition, long may it be remembered!
To be sure, it's a candy-coated blockbuster, to be enjoyed with a tub of popcorn and the beverage of your choice.
Yes, the new semester is hectic, and you're feeling besieged by it all, but find a quiet corner and a soothing beverage of your choice and enjoy some excellent reading.
The Tawa and Grill works on a bring-your-own bottle policy, which gives you the chance to bring a beverage of your choice, saving you money on house wines.
Going to the bar and asking for the beverage of your choice is no longer a case of getting the surly barman's attention.
Cost: PS16.95 Mallory Court, Harbury Lane, Leamington |Spa CV33 9QB They serve a traditional afternoon tea with assorted sandwiches, scones served with clotted cream and strawberry jam, a selection of homemade cakes and fancies, and a hot beverage of your choice.
The chilled-out ambience, swanky decor and friendly staff all add to the appeal of this haunt, however, the crowning jewel is most definitely the fare.It's an all you can eat and drink package, which begins with piping hot potato wedges that are delivered to your table almost immediately with the free-flowing selected beverage of your choice.It should be noted, briefly at least, that there is a small salad bar, which also features some pasta ...
Which is just as well because you can take all the time you want to study the options while sipping the beverage of your choice in front of a roaring open fire - the perfect winter surroundings.
The offer includes a two-night stay at The Balmoral followed by two nights at Gleneagles, dinner at the Michelin-starred Number One, overseen by Chef Jeff Bland, a relaxing evening in Gleneagles' Estate Room with the beverage of your choice and dinner at Andrew Fairlie's two Michelin-starred restaurant at Gleneagles.
Instead, grab a man's size box of tissues, break open one of those chocolate oval lovelies, grab the beverage of your choice and tune into Kay Mellor's latest offering.