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(facetious) a serving of an alcoholic beverage

a serving (of wine) poured out in honor of a deity

the act of pouring a liquid offering (especially wine) as a religious ceremony

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137 Ludlow was purchased by Libation co-owners Daniel and Terence Tubridy in 2007 for $5.
The Local Land, Lore and Libations evening at Nashoba Winery is Sunday, June 22, at 5 p.
The red carpet affair will kick off with over 15 delectable foodie stations and tantalizing libations.
Purchase and maintenance of the automated pharmacy system storage and libations medicines pharmacy Semedela, Pahor Street 63, 6000 Koper.
Dashing Diva's new fall polish collection, available in stores this month, is named after some of a diva's favorite libations.
Nossiter is concerned with winemakers, not wine consumers, but a visit to any American liquor store will yield a global harvest of choice, from Tunisian to Chinese to Argentine libations.
And when it comes to holiday libations, we prefer those seasonal stalwarts: mulled wine or hot buttered rum.
In addition to hors d'oeuvres and libations, there were plenty of diversions on hand, including everybody's favorite party magician, Michael Furman.
Anyone remotely familiar with Germany knows that beer, wine, and other libations, such as Most and Korn, play a significant role in its culture and society.
The trip offers a local spin, like libations at a logger bar and a shuttle back to Schweitzer in county school buses.
Once the Babalawo calls the Awos to order, there is a series of libations (pouring water on the ground or within a vase containing plants) and invocations to Olodumare and the orishas.
An example is the Vatican's discomfort with certain forms of "inculturated liturgy" in which indigenous forms of expression such as dancing and blood libations find a place in the Roman Rite of the Mass.
What would have become of that time while they forced their childhood libations, and suffered half a century of segregated ex-slavery?
People who regularly drink small to moderate amounts of wine tend to have fewer cardiovascular problems than teetotalers or people who prefer other alcoholic libations, research has shown.