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Synonyms for alcoholic

Synonyms for alcoholic

containing alcohol

Synonyms for alcoholic

a person who drinks alcohol to excess habitually

characteristic of or containing alcohol


addicted to alcohol

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com/research/3cm24r/global_alcoholic) has announced the addition of the "Global Alcoholic Drinks Packaging Market - By Primary Packaging Material, Products,Geography And Vendors - Market Size, Demand Forecasts, Industry Trends and Updates, Supplier Market Shares 2014- 2020" report to their offering.
Regulator plans to bring alcoholic beverages on its radar by fixing standards
As a female recovering alcoholic and addictions counseling student, I am disturbed by some misconceptions in research and textbooks concerning the concept of powerlessness, particularly in the application of a 12-step program to white women alcoholics.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Signs warning against the possible damage caused by alcohol consumption will be placed on the bottles of alcoholic beverages within 10 months, said a statement published in the Official Gazette on Aug.
Helping other alcoholics is viewed as the foundation for the alcoholic helper to stay on the path to recovery, Dr.
ISLAMABAD, 26 March , 2009 (Frontier Star) -- Unauthorized / inaccurate alcoholic brands / items are being smuggled into the country in connivance with some corrupt custom officials of the import section and dry port at Islamabad airport Intelligence sources told that some anti-state elements in connivance of some corrupt custom officials of the import section and dry port at Islamabad airport are importing the unauthorized / inaccurate alcoholic brands / items illegally by miss-declaring the brands against the genuine direct import exemption certificates of the alcoholic beverages of the high commissions/embassies instead of the approved alcoholic brands.
6m adult children of alcoholics in the UK who still bear emotional and behavioural scars after being raised by alcoholic parents.
The ultimate selling point, however, may be Goodman's wisdom in describing the developmental difficulties teenagers face when a sibling is an alcoholic.
A study, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, stated that among more than 125,000 people studied for up to 22 years, coffee drinkers were less likely to be diagnosed with alcoholic cirrhosis.
For anyone who is an alcoholic, or anyone who loves one, those are the greatest miracles of all.
95) explores and debunks more than one hundred commonly held myths about alcohol and drug addition including the popular misconceptions that alcoholics lack willpower, that proper parenting and involvement can prevent alcoholism, that successful people can't be alcoholics, and that being an alcoholic can explain all of a person's failures in life.
Additionally; according to the PSC research participants in Vail-Smith and Knight's (1995) study, it was believed that greater than 40% of PSCs' students were being reared by an alcoholic parent or guardian.
I figured there was only one way to test whether I really was an alcoholic.
The nation's fair trade watchdog took the action in response to the manufacturing of what relevant industrial circles call ''non-alcohol'' beverages despite some alcoholic contents, on the strength of the truth-in-advertising law, the officials said.
Although research has shown that male alcoholics generally have smaller brain volumes than nonalcoholic males, the few studies that have compared brain structure in alcoholic men and women have had mixed results.
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