sambuca

A covered assault ladder.

sambuca

[n] - an Italian liqueur made with elderberries and flavored with licorice
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Sambuca

Covered assault ladder.
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sambuca

noun an Italian liqueur made with elderberries and flavored with licorice
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Sambuca

[disambiguation] Sambuca is an alcoholic drink. Sambuca may also refer to: ...
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Sambuca

[instrument] The sambuca (also sambute, sambiut, sambue, sambuque, or sambuke) was an ancient stringed instrument of Asiatic origin. However, many other instruments have also been called a `sambuca`. ==Original== The original sambuca is generally supposed to have been a small triangular harp of shrill tone., probably identical with the Phoe...
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Sambuca

[siege engine] The sambuca was a ship-borne siege engine which was invented by Heraclides of Tarentum and were first used unsuccessfully by Marcus Claudius Marcellus during the Roman siege of Syracuse in 213 BC. Polybius describes usage of the machine: As well as these vessels he had eight quinqueremes in pairs. Each pair had had their oars...
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Sambuca

Sambuca is an Italian absinth style of liqueur but without the wormwood.
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Sambuca

An Anise flavored liqueur served as an after dinner drink to help digestion.
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Sambuca

Sambuca (samˈbuːka) is an Italian anise-flavoured, usually colourless, liqueur. Its most common variety is often referred to as white sambuca to differentiate it from other varieties that are deep blue in colour (black sambuca) or bright red (red sambuca). Like other anise-flavoured liqueurs, the ouzo effect is sometimes observed when combined w...
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Sambuca

An anise-flavored, not-to-sweet Italian liqueur which is usually served with 2 or 3 dark-roasted coffee beans floating on top.
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Sambuca

An Italian liqueur flavored with anise. The Italians often serve it 'with flies', which is actually
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Sambuca

[song] `Sambuca` is a 2001 single by British UK garage duo Wideboys, featuring Dennis G on vocals. The song was a Top 20 hit, peaking at #15 on the UK Singles Chart. Two later releases, `Sambuca 2006` and `Sambuca 2008` were released on the Garage Jams and All Around The World labels respectively, which featured more remixes of the track. =...
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