drink down

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drink down entirely

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After all, at a time when belts are being tightened, the "quick drink down the local" is one of the easier economies a household can make.
Staff at the Newcastle office of the Prescription Pricing Authority would pool their resources in an effort to keep the cost of food and drink down.
In recent years, the broadcaster has attempted to bring the amount spent on drink down, slashing its audience hospitality budget.
A Nursing and Midwifery Council hearing was also told the girl changed her T-shirt in front of him after she spilt a drink down herself.
Fears of a return to grocery price inflation are receding for now as supermarkets continue to keep the cost of food and drink down with a second successive month of price decreases.
I was on the halfway line and saw the ball sail to Gazza who, as Hendry closed him down, flicked it cheekily over his head, volleyed into the net, and lay on his back behind the goal as England players pretended to pour drink down his neck.
At the end of the day no one is forcing drink down our throats and it's only ourselves we're hurting whether we end up behind bars or in a hospital bed.
We made sure he had plenty of food and drink down there throughout the night and it was great to see him being lifted in the harness to safety.
Organiser Graham Smith said: "The celebration can be anything from a team-building sports day to a quick drink down the pub.
Maybe in my anxiety to safely guide the blackcurrant juice drink down my throat I was gripping the carton too firmly.
However, this year consumers are planning to tighten their belts across some areas, with spending on gifts, food and drink down this year by three per cent.
For many years, we've watched consumers drink down their chips, cookies and even ice cream with Diet Coke, Diet Pepsi, Diet Iced Tea, black coffee, 1% or skimmed milk, and even bottled (calorie-free) water.
I think I'll finish it at home in front of EastEnders after I've had a quick drink down the pub.
The lads, who like nothing better than a drink down the pub, have so impressed statuesque Helena that she's been waxing lyrical about them to anyone who'll listen.
Although the chapter "Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll" may make conservative readers spit up their martinis, they will no doubt smoothly drink down reverential (and debatable) assertions about the good old days such as, "[Under limited government], America had a vital culture that was rich in literature, art, philosophy, and music - richer and more vital, one might argue, than American culture today.