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  • A guest performance titled Intoxicating Eyes: Sikkil Gurucharan and Anil Srivnivasan will be staged at the same time on Nov 9.

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  • Intoxicating and addictive, tobacco became the subject of the first truly global commodity craze.

    The Real Story of Globalization

  • Intoxicating music for enthusiastic passions, overflowing my heart with untamed love.

    Divided We Beg

  • Intoxicating because there was so much juicy and revealing information in it.

    imperfect endings

  • Intoxicating the senses in her exotic allure . . . chilling them to sub-zero frigidity in the next instant with her aloof disapproval . . .

    "Power" by Harl Vincent, part 4

  • Intoxicating beverages that build blubber certainly would have passed his lips.

    A Weighty Issue

  • In January, Joyce Dudley, a deputy district attorney in Santa Barbara, published a crime novel called “Intoxicating Agent.”

    Misbehaving lawyers

  • Intoxicating thought ': Still, just why the telephone company is buying a computer firm puzzles some analysts.

    Does This Deal Compute?

  • Intoxicating beverages, when used beyond moderation can mame or even eradicate a human being.

    Marijuana: Legalize or Not

  • But most people have commented on this with words like "Fragrant and Intoxicating"

    Celebrating something that stinks!!!- Gilroy Garlic Festival

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