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Absente is a brand name of 110 proof anise liqueur that has been marketed under the tagline "Absinthe Refined" since circa 2000. "Absente" is a French word that translates as "absent" in English.

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Google previewBartending For Dummies (2010)

by Ray Foley

Absente is a product from France that's similar in flavor to absinthe but without the bad reputation or toxic side effects (see below). ✓ Absinthe is often called the Green Muse because of its pale greenish color and the dreamy state it induces in ...

Google previewBartender's Bundle For Dummies Two eBook Bundle (2012)

Bartending For Dummies and Whiskey & Spirits For Dummies by Ray Foley

Absente is a product from France that's similar in flavor to absinthe but without the bad reputation or toxic side effects (see below). Absinthe is often called the Green Muse because of its pale greenish color and the dreamy state it induces in ...

Google previewThe Complete Book of Spirits (2010)

A Guide to Their History, Production, and Enjoyment by Anthony Dias Blue

Not to be confused with absinthe, the now illegal drink of decadent Parisian poets , Absente is a very recent creation by spirits marketer Michel Roux. It packs all the licorice flavor of its predecessor, but the possibly harmful wormwood extract is ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Abbreviations (1998)

by Oxford University Press

Law absente reo (Latin: the defendant being absent) abs. fab. Med. absente febre (Latin: when there is no fever) ABSIE ('a:bst) American Broadcasting Station in Europe (in World War II) ABSM Associate of the Birmingham School of Music ...

Google previewWorld Dictionary of Foreign Expressions (1999)

A Resource for Readers and Writers by Gabriel Adeleye, Kofi Acquah-Dadzie

absente reo abbr. abs. re. adv. [L. absente (with) being absent (2); reo (with) accused, defendant (1): with the accused being absent.] Law.

Google previewLexicon Philologicum præcipue etymologicum et sacrum, in quo Latinæ et a Latinis auctoribus usurpatæ ... voces ex originibus declarantur ... Editio altera ... locupletior, etc (1655)

Presente absente. Donat. Eun. 5. 9. ad illud Postulo, ut mihi tua domus, tepræsente, absente, ut pateat, notat: 'Proverbia* le est, presente absente, utfârfum deorfùm,ultro citro & cetera hujusmodi, fandanefnda, jusia injuffa, digna indigna, velit ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Law (1891)

Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern ... by Henry Campbell Black

ABSENTE. Lat. (Abl. of absens.) Being absent. A common term in the old reports. " The three justices, absente North, C. J., were clear of opinion." 2 Mod. 14. ABSENTEE. One who dwells abroad; a landlord who resides in a country other than ...

Google previewLexicon Iuridicum Iuris Cæsarei simul, et Canonici: Feudalis item, Civilis Criminalis: theoretici ac practici ... Editio secunda ... cum præfationibus ... Dionysii Gothofredi&... Hermanni Vulteii. (Complementum lexici perfecti.) (1645)

præfens,fitutorem non habet, quod ad poffeffionem honotum attinet,pro absente habetur,. munus fuum deponit. Briff. Am d1c ARB fe magistratu, estante tempus magistratum deponeta Pompin l.a. s. 13. de origiuris. Et cum placuisset leges quoq ...

Google previewPocket Medical Dictionary (1999)

by B. Jain Publishers Staff

Absente febre, when fever is absent. Abstr.

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