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Top medics at the Royal Liverpool Hospital have also written to the licensing department asking that no strong drink be sold.
Give strong drink to the one who is perishing, and wine to those in bitter distress; let them drink and forget their poverty and remember their misery no more.
Shadow home secretary Chris Grayling is going to raise the price of strong drink if elected.
That was followed by a message from Alexander Shprygin, the head of the Russian supporters' association, who insisted there was no need to worry - as long as everyone had a strong drink once they got here.
2) Vana Tallinn: This creamy, strong drink is the Estonian answer to Jagermeister, only with 45 percent alcohol content.
Ralph's Perry is about 6% in alcohol and therefore a deceptively strong drink.
I have had the privilege of traveling around the world in search of great beers," says Russell, "and whether in Austria or Norway, crafting a strong drink to celebrate the winter solstice is a universal tradition.
The plus point is it is very concentrated so you don't need much to make a strong drink.
Upper management is looking for revenue; now's your chance to demonstrate the dollars a strong drink program delivers.
The temperance movement, however, did generate excitement and activity, and Southern Baptists welcomed various methods to control strong drink.
As a "A Switchman's Wife" explained in the Switchmen's Journal in 1887: "Our aim is to get our husbands and ourselves together so that we can spend an evening once in a while in a more profitable way than for them to go to town and get a little too much strong drink.
Finally, a gravedigger known to be fond of strong drink agreed to take on the task, and Nathaniel Hickok's mortal remains were transported to Elmwood Cemetery.
What had begun early in the nineteenth century as a campaign among Protestants (and, later, many Irish Catholics) to promote voluntary abstinence from strong drink had metamorphosed by the century's latter decades into a drive to prohibit the use of such beverages entirely.
was a mechanical engineer with a self-taught knowledge of chemistry and a fondness for strong drink.