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- ‘She returned in a moment holding a tall, frothy mug of amber liquid.’
- ‘The three judges wrote copious notes, while drinking copious amounts of amber liquid to refresh and cool their fevered brows.’
- ‘He rubbed his eyes and was handed a bottle of amber liquid.’
- ‘Although the company has come up with new flavors and colors, the old-fashioned amber liquid still has devotees.’
- ‘He reached forward with one huge arm and picked up a large tankard of some drink, sloshing amber liquid on the table.’
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