Keg Sentence Examples
One way that society keeps a lid on the powder keg of tension between the rich and poor is through the welfare state.
Go in and get the other keg and throw it to the boxes.
So, if the groom doesn't feel comfortable with the idea of a stripper or a keg party, plan on having a more casual celebration.
All these guys with six pack abs, and I'm the only one with a keg.
Cider keg cider keg Cider is made from pressed apples which undergo a process of fermentation.Advertisement
The Middle East conflict has long been recognized as a potential powder keg.
Secondly, you also asked the very good question about what can be done about the Balkan powder keg?
It's Laurel and Hardy stuff particularly when they've drunk the beer keg dry.
Uzbekistan may not blow up today, but it remains a powder keg.
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia could well become the next powder keg.Advertisement
Take a ride down the " Powder Keg " chute to experience the great natural snowfalls.
Maybe it was inevitable at that point that some spark would set off the powder keg of Europe.
Clooney also enjoys a good beer now and again and had a keg of Guiness installed in his dressing room when he filmed Oceans 11.
A keg is usually the easiest way to provide beer to a large group of people.
Some of these products are even pasteurized, pressurized and served as keg beer or even bottled or put in cans.Advertisement
Lessons to be learned In some ways the action research ignited a powder keg that had been waiting to go off.
Summoned silently to help them carry a keg of liquor, he drinks from the flagon, and falls asleep on the hillside.
It is then pasteurized to make a sterile product and dispensed into a sealed metal keg.
By making expectations explicit and public, these agreements reduce the number of sparks that can set off the powder keg of war.
Clooney had a keg of ale installed in his dressing room when he was filming Ocean's 11.Advertisement
Another company, a lucky one for not all the companies had vodka, crowded round a pockmarked, broad-shouldered sergeant major who, tilting a keg, filled one after another the canteen lids held out to him.