Margarita

[gastropod] Margarita is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Margaritidae. The name of this genus has become invalid as junior homonym of Margarita Leach, 1814 [Bivalvia, Pteriidae], a synonym of Pinctada Röding, 1798. The accepted name is Margarites Gray, 1847 ...
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Margarita

[given name] Margarita is a Spanish name and it means `Daisy` which is a type of flower. However, this name is used in several other languages and it is also known to mean `Pearl`. It is also used in Greek, Bulgarian and Russian. It is a variant of the English name Margaret. Persons with this name include: ...
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margarita

[n] - a cocktail made of tequila and triple sec with lime and lemon juice
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margarita

noun a cocktail made of tequila and triple sec with lime and lemon juice
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Margarita

(from the article `Velázquez, Diego`) ...effect of form, texture, and ornament is achieved in Velázquez`s late manner without any definition of detail, in a free, `sketchy` technique. The ...
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Margarita

(from the article `Calderón, Rodrigo, conde de Oliva, marqués de Siete Iglesias`) ...honoured by the king. There seems little doubt that Calderón exploited his influence for private gain, and he became the main target for the ...
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Margarita

(from the article `tequila`) Tequila is mixed with lime juice and an orange-flavoured liqueur to make the Margarita cocktail, which is served in a glass rimmed with salt. ...
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Margarita

Margarita is a cocktail made from tequila, triple sec and lime juice with cracked ice and srved in a glass the rim of which has been rubbed with lemon and frosted with coarse rock salt.
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Margarita

Margarita (märgärē'tä) , island, 444 sq mi (1,150 sq km), in the Caribbean Sea off the coast of Venezuela. With many smaller islands it constitutes the Venezuelan state of Nueva Esparta (1990 pop. 263,748). La Asunción is the capital; the economic center is Porlamar, wh...
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Margarita

An alcoholic beverage containing tequila, triple sec, and lime juice. A frozen margarita is blended with ice cubes.
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Margarita

(mar-gur-EE-tuh) – The basic or classic Margarita is made using fresh lime juice, orange liqueur, and tequila served in a salt-rimmed glass. Whether plain, salted, straight up, on the rocks, or frozen, Margaritas are made in an array of flavors and colors. History: Several Mexican bars and bartenders have staked a claim to its origin.
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Margarita

Margarita is a Greek name for girls. The meaning is `the pearl` The name Margarita is most commonly given to American girls. Margarita is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands What do they use in other countries? Mart Marty (English) Matti (Finnish) Matty (English) Marti Margaretha (German, Scandinavian, Slavic) Pat (English) Martine (French, ...
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Margarita

[Master and Margarita] Margarita (Маргар́ита) is a fictional character from the novel Master and Margarita by the Russian writer Mikhail Bulgakov. == Description == The only things known from the novel is that her name is Margarita Nikolayevna and she is 30 years old. She is a very pretty moscovite, strong and resolute. She is a h...
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