Ivona Gita. bar. January 18th , 2017.
A t that is not crossed at all, as in Figure 13, may represent many possibilities: carelessness, forgetfulness, physical weakness, bad health, hastiness, and impatience-someone who does not have the time to worry about details and wants only to get his thought across. Generally, when the t bar is missing, we check for other corroborating signs, such as inclined writing and diminishing size of the middle-zone letters toward the end; if those signs are present, we say the uncrossed t bar stands for speed.
Twix chocolate bar was available in 1979 in the US wrapped in a gold colored wrapper with orange text and it was branded as the Twix Cookie Bar. Before Snickers was created, there was a very successful chocolate bar called Milky Way in the early 1920s in America. This brand allowed the creators - Ethel Mars and Frank to expand and improve new recipes for chocolate bars.
Metal bar stools have a more modern design and came about after a desire for chairs to be more sturdy and strong. They are more difficult to break and will last for a long time in a commercial setting. Metal stools can also be used in outdoor bar settings where wood chairs would typically not hold up.
The advantages, disadvantages, and social acceptance must be considered before choosing to offer a cash bar or an open bar. There are some in-between solutions as well. Rather than offering a full open bar, the bride and groom can choose to offer a limited open bar and include such beverages as soda, wine and beer. If a guest wants something not offered, then he can pay for it himself. Another idea is to offer soda only and if someone wants alcohol then he can pay for it. Many brides and grooms include a champagne toast and some go so far as to place a bottle of wine on every table. This may be sufficient for offering free drinks. Another option is to include a beverage fountain that dispenses an alcoholic drink. This is generally offered during the cocktail hour, and then removed at dinner.
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