Botbat khong phra ong chao pritsadang: sueksa karani kancheracha toklong nai nangsue sanya kiaokap sura kap nana prathet, pho so 2424-2429" [The role of Prince Prisdang: A study of agreement on the regulating of the traffic in spirituous
Ferueta Seveloff, a Sitka Creole, was arrested by military authorities in Sitka and subsequently indicted by an Oregon grand jury for introducing spirituous
liquors into the Indian country (Sitka) and for giving liquor to "one John Doe," an Indian residing at the Sitka Indian agency under the charge of the Indian Agent for Sitka.
Yet the plant simile that Raphael introduces in Book 7 to explain how matter becomes spirituous
suggests that neither woman nor matter is categorically excluded from the domain of angelic spirit and God.
The total amount of spirituous
liquor sold in FY 2014 was of 12.
One of the trends I'm really pushing for is using rum as a base for more spirituous
cocktails, in the same way you would use Bourbon in a Manhattan," says the head bartender at the Washington, D.
Thus persons in company with the native blacks, or furnishing them with arms, gunpowder, or spirituous
liquors, should be subject to prompt punishment.
Moreover all gambling, indecent language, and disorderly conduct were to be strictly prohibited, as were the sale and consumption of wine, malt liquor, or spirituous
In order to promote their team as one of gentlemen, a code of conduct was established which included a number of rules: "All spirituous
liquors are positively excluded from this [meeting] room .
On 21 April 1915 Bay de Verde and Opposition MHA Albert Hickman introduced in the House of Assembly resolutions calling for the prohibition of the importation and sale of spirituous
liquors, wines, and beer while the local manufacture of beer would be under a government monopoly sold under licence and rules laid down by the government, which would get the profits for any beer sales.
more refin'd, more spirituous
, and pure, As nearer to him plac't, or nearer tending Each in thir several active Spheres assignd, Till body up to spirit work, in bounds Proportioned to each kind.
Following an EU ruling in 1989 regarding the definition and classification of rum, the liquor was described as a spirituous
beverage made from sugar cane juice or molasses obtained by fermenting and distilling locally produced sugar cane juice.
A person other than a licensee or an employee of a licensee acting during the employee's working hours or in connection with such employment is not liable in damages to any person who is injured, or to the survivors of any person killed, or for damage to property, which is alleged to have been caused in whole or in part by reason of the furnishing or serving of spirituous
liquor to a person of the legal drinking age.
44) Fermented or Spirituous
Liquors Act, SO 1876, c 26, s 1.
The endowment provides critical financial support to students pursuing careers in hospitality management, culinary arts, and spirituous
beverage management and marketing.
He maintains --not unreasonably for his age-- that animals move by means of spirituous
fluids ("go-juice" he calls it) that animate their limbs.