Dashes

Some articles on dashes:

Caesar (cocktail) - Preparation and Variants
... The recipe calls for 1–1½ oz of vodka, two dashes of hot sauce, three dashes of salt and pepper, four dashes of Worcestershire sauce and topped with 4–6 oz of Clamato and served with ice ...
Mezzo Staccato - Notation
... However, before 1850, dots, dashes, and wedges were all likely to have the same meaning, even though some theorists from as early as the 1750s distinguished different degrees of ... involve various combinations of dots, vertical and horizontal dashes, vertical and horizontal wedges, and the like, but attempts standardize these signs have not ...
International Maxx Pro - Operators
... Hungary 30 MaxxPros in service Poland 30 MaxxPro Dashes in service in Afghanistan with the Polish Land Forces Romania 104 MaxxPro Dashes in service in ... South Korea 10 MaxxPro Dashes in service with Republic of Korea Army, deployed in Charika, Afghanistan under "Ashena" unit, as part of International ...
Broom-Stick Bunny - Plot
... Isn't she the ugliest little thing?), Hazel dashes to her magic mirror and asks it again who's the ugliest one of all, and he tells her that Bugs is uglier (Thou wert the ugliest one ... Seeing that her "rival" is actually a rabbit, the witch dashes off to consult her potion book ... At one point, she dashes to her magic broom closet to get her flying broomstick to try and keep up with him, but she grabs her magic sweeping broom, which starts ...
Brandy Daisy
... of Jerry Thomas's The Bartenders Guide or How To Mix Drinks The Bon-Vivants Companion 3 or 4 dashes gum syrup 2 or 3 dashes of Curaçao liqueur The juice of half a small lemon 1 small wine-glass of ...

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    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)