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a fee, additional to that marked on the brief, paid to counsel in a case that lasts more than a day.
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There is also going to be an Ombre Pink Drink, "a refreshing beverage that combines light, fruity Cool Lime Starbucks Refreshers Beverage with cool, creamy coconutmilk and a splash of Teavana Shaken Iced Passion Tango Tea and a lime wheel, for a bright burst of hibiscus notes".
Earlier this year the firm relaunched Refreshers, Wham bars and Fruit Salad sweets as soft gums.
The initial Roaring Refreshers program features three specialty drinks: Mango Orange Iced Tea, Strawberry Pomegranate Lemonade, and Peach Arnold Palmer.
Starbucks Refreshers Beverages are chilled coffee beverages that taste nothing like coffee.
Coffee retailer and operator of coffee shops Starbucks Coffee Company (Nasdaq: SBUX) announced on Wednesday that it has plans for a global entry into the energy category with Starbucks Refreshers beverages.
I get a lot of people coming on this course who qualified as an accountant a number of years ago and now need a refresher because their role within an organisation has changed.
The Business Liaison Team at the University of Louisville Libraries collaborated with College of Business and Public Administration faculty to offer a new series of workshops called Research Refreshers, designed to highlight specific electronic resources and demonstrate how to effectively use them.
CHICAGO -- Unilever Home & Personal Care has expanded its antiperspirant/deodorant line under the Dove brand with Dove Body Refreshers.
Refreshers should address any updated product information, pertinent policies, use-of-force issues, proper carry and spray techniques, and documentation of OC use.
Handcrafted Very Berry Hibiscus Starbucks Refreshers (Photo: Business Wire)
bottle) Smoothie Refreshers this Fall, Odwalla is bringing smoothie lovers three great-tasting and refreshing new options.
Franchisees receive one week of training, ongoing refreshers, a manual covering all business operations, written procedures, guidelines and templates for all PR services, their own page on the Shock PR International website, a subscription to an industry-standard media database, national advertising, ongoing support, and the ability to network with other franchisees for informational purposes or to expand their own capabilities.