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A cocktail stick is a short cylindrical stick, made of wood, that has a somewhat sharp point on both ends. It is usually used as a skewer for holding decorations (such as cherries) in cocktails and also for serving food (such as small "cocktail" sausages or diced cheese and pineapple) at parties.
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