In "The Heavenly Banquet," the final "through all eternity" is arguably better without any glottal break, in spite of the rallentando and crescendo, if only for the inference of slight insobriety
By contrast, David Wright's "The Charter and Temperance" represents the rationalist Chartist approach to insobriety
The woman was in a state of insobriety
, inconveniencing the passengers, taking off their glasses and dancing erotic dances," the Herald Sun quoted a spokesman for transport police as saying.
The biggest economic losses are stemming from falls from height (about 22%, 2006), the violation of safety and health acts at work (about 73%, 2007), the insobriety
of workers (about 11%, 2003 and 2004) and short work experience (one year) (about 53%, 2007).
A careful reading of these sources, as well as numerous shorter comments that appear in al-Tabari and other sources, makes it possible to reconstruct al-Walid's religious views, which were surprisingly lucid, particularly given his reputation for insobriety
The 1870s are regarded as the pinnacle of insobriety
, with a staggering average of 40.
Realizing that Manger's work was wrenched from his own personal torment, it appeared that Freedman's only interest in Manger's insobriety
was its influence on his work.
The ancient Egyptians saw spiritual significance in insobriety
and often gave children names like "how drunk is Cheops" or "how intoxicated is Hathor".