But I am not speaking to you about a stranger; some of you are his intimate friends, and I believe there is not one here who does not know enough of him to join heartily in drinking his health.
As it was, he found an outlet for his feeling in drinking his ale unusually fast, and setting down his glass with a swing of his arm and a determined rap.
It is well worth while to get hungry and thirsty merely to discover how much gratification can be obtained from eating and drinking.
Well, you see, drinking is one of those subjects with which it is inadvisable to appear too well acquainted.
To me, I confess the constant necessity of drinking under which the majority of men labor is quite unaccountable.
If you give me your word of honour as a nobleman and a gentleman that nobody but I has been drinking
my whiskey, I'll accept your statement.
A footman, thinking no one saw him, was drinking
on the sly what was left in the glasses.
The development of this tiny category is partially impeded by its high price positioning, whilst in many countries there is no tradition of drinking
One trick she recommends is drinking
room temperature water, which is easier for the body to absorb than cold water.
If air isn't passing through, the drinking
system is blocked.
The researchers implanted melanoma tumors in 6-week-old mice and then administered 1 percent alcohol as drinking
water to some of the rodents.
Further research might involve measuring total antioxidant capacity soon after drinking
We have to encourage them not to drive if they have been drinking
According to the DOJ, a comparison of drinking
rates among American and European teenagers proved once and for all that Europe's more-liberal laws and attitudes regarding drinking
by adolescents lead to greater alcohol problems.
Even more frightening is the fact that girls are binge drinking
till they drop) more than boys--21 percent of girls vs.