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ˌmɑr gəˈri təMar·gari·ta
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a cocktail made of tequila and triple sec with lime and lemon juice
A cocktail made with tequila, an orange-flavoured liqueur, and lemon or lime juice, often served with salt encrusted on the rim of the glass.
A female given name from Ancient Greek.
Etymology: Borrowed from the and Margarita.
The margarita is a Mexican cocktail consisting of tequila mixed with Cointreau or similar orange-flavoured liqueur and lime or lemon juice, often served with salt on the glass rim. It is the most common tequila-based cocktail in the United States. The drink is served shaken with ice, blended with ice, or without ice.
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An island in the Caribbean Sea lies off the coast of Venezuela, of which republic it forms a province. This island was first visited by Columbus in 1498, and has in more recent times (1816) been the scene of a bloody warfare between the revolutionists and the Spanish troops under Gen. Murillo, in which the latter were defeated.
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The numerical value of Margarita in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of Margarita in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
A margarita in even Mexico is nothing like on this side of the border.
When we got to Seor Frogs, I ordered a margarita, and I drank literally this much, like a quarter, and it’s a huge drink, I went to the bathroom, came back, and all of sudden, I had like a personality change.
So my advice to everyone out there who’s frustrated, sad, angry, pissed off: Feel those emotions, go to a kickboxing class, have a margarita, do whatever you need to do this weekend, and then wake up on Monday morning. We've got to keep fighting.
Margaritas shouldn’t be only for sunny days and beaches! This fun twist on a classic margarita makes it perfect for fall and winter days, garnish with a few fresh cranberries for a super festive beverage!
This directs blood flow toward these organs and away from less vital organs like hands and feet, Margarita Rohr said, which leaves these body parts chronically cold. Science bears this out : a University of Utah study found that though women had a slightly higher core body temperature than men, their hands came in at an average of 2.8 degrees cooler. You have diabetes Diabetes that's not kept in check can lead to a condition called peripheral nephropathy, a constant attack on the nerves that provide sensation to your hands and feet, Margarita Rohr said. When this develops, you experience numbness and sometimes pain in the hands and feet, and since these nerves are also responsible for sending message to the brain regarding temperature sensation, your hands and feet may feel cold.
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