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the time of day when a bar sells alcoholic drinks at a reduced price

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The rich inventive genius of the painter must be smothered and lost for want of the power of drawing, and in our happy hours we should be inexhaustible poets if once we could break through the silence into adequate rhyme.
Go, with my blessing for the many happy hours she has given me, and my forgiveness for any pang she has caused me.
Thus spake once in a happy hour my purity: "Divine shall everything be unto me.
Then did ye haunt me with foul phantoms; ah, whither hath that happy hour now fled!
These two, therefore, sat stoutly to it during the whole evening, and long after that happy hour which had surrendered the charming Sophia to the eager arms of her enraptured Jones.
It was of his own initiative, however, that he invested in a violin, and practised so assiduously that in time he and Dede beguiled many a happy hour playing together after night had fallen.
When Peace was twenty, she was about to be married; all was done, the wedding dress lay ready, the flowers were waiting to be put on, the happy hour at hand, when word came that the lover was dead.
Many a happy hour she had spent planning for something nice for him.
The man had not known one happy hour since he had left the children in the forest; the woman, however, was dead.
I am an old man, Monsieur, and it was a happy hour to me when I knew that, after I had gone, she would have at her side, one who loved her and who would help her in continuing our common labours.
He thought instinctively that he had interrupted some happy hour of hers with Rodney, and apologized.
Park Slope's Carnem Prime Steakhouse has quickly earned a reputation as having one of Brooklyn's best Happy Hours under the watchful eye of cocktail vet Mixologist Artemio Vasquez and it's only set to get better.
Here's our pick of the happiest and most happening Happy Hours in the city
Happy Hours were next most effect, followed by pricing and custom promotions and point-of-sale materials.
The drinks list at Michael's is the splashiest of the five Happy Hours we profile here, comprehending a very fine list of vintage cocktails, like the Sidecar (Remy VSOP, Cointreau and lemon juice shaken with ice and served up) and the Vesper (Bluecoat Gin, Russian Standard vodka, Lillet and lemon peel, shaken not stirred), as well as Michael's private label wines (we especially like the malbec), domestic beers and well drinks, all for $5 each.