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Screaming: Pour 1/2 oz of Vodka on top of the drink.
 


Short: A drink served in a rocks glass.
 


Splash: Top with 1/2 oz. of mix.
 


Squeeze: A piece of lime that is "squeezed" over a drink, then dropped into it.
 


Straight Up: This means chill all the ingredients in a mixing cup, then strain into a chilled cocktail glass, or this could mean the same as neat above.
 


Sweet: (1) Add 1/2 oz of simple syrup to a drink or (2) Add extra 1/4 oz. more sweet Vermouth to a Manhattan.
 


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