drinking bout

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a long period of drinking

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The 28-year-old gave himself glasses of water, but served the teenager with alcohol during the February 2007 drinking bout.
What follows is an action-packed love story told amid battles, duels and the odd drinking bout.
Must-see-scenes: Hal as brilliantly portrayed by William Holden, who manages to capture the essence of the free and wild spirited man; Rosemary's hysterical blabbing after a drinking bout during the picnic dance, when she tears Hal's shirt after he rejects her as a lover, and the dreamy freight train finale.
A binge can be defined as a self-destructive and unrestrained drinking bout, lasting at least a couple of days, at least once in the preceding 2 weeks.
For the first time, Hepburn reveals that Tracy, the love of her life, hit her as she was trying to get him home after a drinking bout.
In fact, the court cases presented by Tlusty support the notion that one's honor, status, and manhood were always at stake in social drinking, especially when engaged in a drinking bout, when sharing a Weinkauf, or when drinking with or near social outcasts, such as executioners, beggars, etc.
NAC helps restore an essential antioxidant called glutathione that's lost when the body is clearing out the toxic aftereffects of a drinking bout, he said.
Japanese starlet Tomoe Shinohara, accused by Taiwan media of raising a ruckus at a Taipei hotel Monday after a drinking bout, denied the allegations Tuesday on her return to Tokyo.
A FORMER champion ballroom dancer who choked to death after a drinking bout in Nuneaton had consumed a lethal amount of alcohol, an inquest at Nuneaton Town Hall heard.
His recitals of various rowdy episodes--for example, a drinking bout with Ethel Barrymore, one of "the champion lady boozers of Broadway," enliven the memoir.
If we are seriously debating women's efficiency at work during menstruation, we should also consider how fit for work men are after a drinking bout," she said.
Sitting in a studio peopled with uniformed soldiers, athletes and doctors, Putin doled out parenting advice, mused on the difficulty of pork imports and compared the struggle for happiness to a massive drinking bout, in another of the marathon Q and A sessions that have become a hallmark of his authoritarian rule, The Guardian reports.
Best Before: 1970s Younker A YOUNkER was a young gentleman or knight Best Before: 1920s Gilly gaupus Awkward, foolish or silly person Brannigan A drinking bout, spree or "binge" Hoddypeak A FOOL, noodle or blockhead Quagswagging The action of shaking to and fro Widdendream A state of mental disturbance or confusion Charabanc A mOTOR coach, especially one used for sightseeing tours Best Before: 1960s Banting sLiMMing by avoiding eating sugar, starch, and fat.
Dr Leadbeatter said Mr Williams' liver had suddenly deteriorated but on the balance of probabilities, this was most likely caused by a heavy drinking bout.
A drinking bout or regularly drinking beyond the daily benchmarks can seriously raise your blood pressure.