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someone who drinks liquor repeatedly in small quantities

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TIPPLER J Trying Black Lager GLASS ACT n Guinness Master brewer Fergal Murray with Mirror girl Maeve yesterday
Chandigarh, February 10 (ANI): In contrast to certain rightist radicals objecting to young girls frequenting the bars to chill out as witnessed in Mangalore, the pub culture in Chandigarh gets a fillip as youngsters become regular tipplers at the pubs and lounge bars.
Besides, we middle-class tipplers aren't problem drinkers.
The 54 tipplers from Sunniside Social Club were looking forward to getting their smiling faces onto a new TV commercial to spearhead Federation Brewery's first new beer for more than 10 years, Federation Best Scotch.
MAY I address the apparent insanity of the responsible authority in even contemplating spending millions of pounds on a new bridge at Wylam in Northumberland, which would merely provide a faster, safer route to the drinking places of Prudhoe for tipplers to the north of the river?
Regular tipplers benefit while binge drinkers are in danger.
TIPPLERS were due to be sampling more than 5,000 pints of real beer and wine today at a festival at Coventry City Football Club.
The day after Teen Tipplers hit the news, CASA grudgingly admitted that the proper estimate for the underage share of alcohol consumption is 11.
Making no allowance for the high percentage of tipplers among the racing fraternity, the next gathering of this popular jamboree will take place in a distillery.
Researchers have found that beer and whisky tipplers who add a few glasses of wine as well live longer than those who just stick to beer and spirits.
Organically produced beer from Suffolk is proving a big hit with American tipplers.
RUGBY mad tipplers are chartering an aeroplane to get them to Ireland's first international match of the millennium.
Mr Jones, vice-chairman of the House of Commons Beer Club, said: "They're destroying our heritage with a rash of ridiculous names designed to appeal to teenage tipplers.
The one false note comes at the end, when they raise their bottles to the audience like happy-hour tipplers.
Based on an exhaustive assembling of everything that legitimately falls under Rabelais' textual economics of imbibing, the analysis plumbs the pervasiveness and polysemy of wine as it energizes the narrator and flows from his "tonneau fictil," generating diegetic sequences, establishing oppositional characterization, and, through its therapeutic properties, restoring and/or maintaining good health for tipplers and "gens de bien.