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GNTGénération Nouvelles Technologies (French: New Generation Technologies)
GNTGood News Translation (Bible)
GNTGreek New Testament
GNTGlam Nation Tour (Adam Lambert)
GNTGrand National Teams (ACBL Bridge competition)
GNTGin and Tonic (alcoholic drink)
GNTGifted and Talented
GNTGeneralized Nadeau-Taylor model
GNTGround NDS Terminal
GNTGlobal Net Trading LLC
GNTGood News Toronto (not for profit newspaper; Canada)
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If you don't fancy sipping on a gin and tonic with a large slice of cucumber, don't worry.
Gin and tonics, shorthanded as "gin-tonic," is the mixed drink most often found in Madrid, explains Kathleen Berger, a professional opera singer and Arizona native living in Madrid.
The majority of the consumption of our tonic water is driven by gin sales (after all, 80% of gin is consumed with tonic).The premium Gin and Tonic is unquestionably making a comeback, fuelled by the increasing number of high-quality gins and the birth of the premium tonic.
Ian Brown, senior lecturer in food studies at Northumbria University, sips a gin and tonic ( for medicinal purposes.
I once got laughed out of a trendy Dupont Circle bar for ordering a gin and tonic, but I can't help it: While others of my generation prefer drinks that sparkle and taste of fruit, I'm stuck on that tried-and-true standby.
Would "alcohol and quinine" sound as chic as "gin and tonic"?
After a successful year in 2018, the gin show will once again offer more than 50 premium gin and tonic brands from across the UK and beyond.
World Cucumber Day takes place on 14 June - don't tell us you've never heard of it either - and to celebrateHendrick's Ginare offering a free Hendrick's Gin and Tonic in return for a physical or virtual cucumber.
The aptly named ILoveGin, a United Kingdom gin and tonic club, posted an opening for the position that any gin lover would dream of.
Gin and tonic was especially popular in colonial days, as quinine in tonic was believed to ward off malaria.
At its heart, it's a Gin and Tonic, turned up to 11!
"It's a new take on traditional gin and tonic," says Langley's Nik Koster.