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Least popular was Morrisons 100 Per Cent Squeezed Spanish Orange Juice With Juicy Bits.
In this case, the agent's manipulation of Bond's bag was an infringement of Bond's reasonable expectation of privacy because he felt Bond's bag in an exploratory manner when he squeezed it.
But their premium brand, which is freshly squeezed orange juice is seen as a drink for special occasions and tends to be bought more at weekends.
more expeditious state law filings or an implication that, if target shareholders are being squeezed out, the target should be disappearing).
HOLIDAY PUNCH: In a punch bowl, combine, then chill in the refrigerator: a fifth of rum, one cup of freshly squeezed orange juice, two cups of cranberry juice, 1/2 cup of fresh lime juice and 1/3 cup of simple syrup.
She squeezed them rhythmically until they shook like blobs of gelatin.
24 Nature, he and his coauthors describe how they carefully squeezed hydrogen gas until it became solid, then captured its image at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, the world's brightest X-ray instrument.
Over the years, researchers have prodded, stretched, squeezed, illuminated, and even smashed atoms into yielding their quantum secrets.