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alcopop
 n.— «Mr. Dunsmore said declining demand for “ready-to-drink” cocktails (also known as alcopops) had also been a benefit because some drinkers were switching to beer.» —“S&N upgrades savings forecast to £60m a year” by Adam Jones Financial Times (U.K.) June 24, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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