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hard-drinking

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given to or marked by the consumption of alcohol

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Washington, August 13 ( ANI ): Your hiking trips are going to get a lot more boozier, because a beverage firm has come up with just-add-water beer concentrate and an easy-to-carry carbonation system.
Kraig Boozier, 47, took to his own small shelter in the Westmoor subdivision of Oklahoma City and watched in shock as a fan in the wall was ripped out.
Strangers has a boozier reputation, attracting MPs who can invite in hacks and aides, most of whom appear to have watched too many box sets of the West Wing.
and Tamaris Kimball of Pleasant Hill; two sons, Gary of Westfir and Rollin of Springfield; two sisters, Bernice Marcroft of Salem and Barbara Boozier of Wilsonville; 11 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Known to be "[a]dept at reassuring troubled women of their appeal and allure," which included "a boozy Billie Holiday and an even boozier Nina Mae McKinney.
JAPAN IS ONE OF the few countries where you can buy booze 24 hours a day - and it is about to become boozier.
LIQUID lunches could soon get boozier thanks to a "smart" glass that signals when it needs to be topped up.
PERHAPS not to the extent of some of his boozier playing days under Brian Clough, but Martin O'Neill believes sensible drinking has a beneficial role in English football, writes STUART RAYNER.
Marx might not have liked the idea of capitalism, but he certainly had a soft spot for the boozier side of business.
Badly Drawn Boy and Johnny Vegas seemed to be having an interesting and boozier party of their own in a corner.
There will also be several themed foodie zones dedicated to genres such as fresh fish, chocolate and street food, while those in search of something a little boozier will love the dedicated 'Gin Market'.
Gavin spent his week filling his boots with magnums of champers over boozy lunches and even boozier soirees which he logged in a social diary for the Sunday Times.