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When she entered the house, the husband was, as usual, sprawled on the sofa guzzling beer and watching the game.
I know for a fact a couple who thought it a great honour to be there and had certainly not been guzzling Champagne lately.
Besides the faces, Guzzling includes paintings on the New York Times, lyrics and a collection of photos taken on tour.
We cannot go on guzzling energy, and many (if not most) of these buildings are unsustainable at any sensible level, apart from being decidedly inimical to their contexts.
Is it just me or should Clarkson be forced to live directly under the hole in the ozone layer, along with George Bush and all those parents you see dropping their tiny little children off at school in their great big petrol guzzling 4x4s?
Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) are known for guzzling gas.
A BLACK bear was found passed out at a campground in Washington state, USA, after guzzling three dozen cans of a local beer.
Because if you do--according to Alexandra Robbins's often startling study of college sororities--your daughters may soon be piercing their private parts, guzzling grain alcohol until they pass out, and pimping the sexual favors of their sorority sisters.
But 20.5 percent conceded their consumption had "gone up a bit," as opposed to 17.3 percent whose guzzling had declined.
I was getting into my new role as North Carolina's premier amateur philosopher and religious studies scholar, and hoping for some in-depth discussion of my own "anti-Christian bigotry," as one of the state legislators put it, no doubt referring to my description, in Nickel and Dimed, of Jesus as a "wine-guzzling vagrant and precocious socialist." On the "vagrant" part, there can be no debate, and, although "guzzling" may be a bit overstated, Jesus was sufficiently associated with wine ("I am the true vine," etc.) to be confused with the Greek wine god Dionysus in the Hellenistic world--a subject I have yearned to expound on for years.
A major college basketball coach is caught guzzling beer and nuzzling coeds at a student party.
Narcotics use was not allowed, nor was guzzling booze, nor gambling.
But Sid's spread suggests he should stick to working with oil, not guzzling it.
Does it ever cross your mind that there may be a healthier alternative to guzzling gallons of brightly colored, sugary sport drinks?