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“But victory over a man with no honor tasted bitter as sour warnog.”
“Sounds like someone at I.I.s been hitting the warnog again.”
“He had no idea how many glasses of warnog the Klingon sitting at the table next to his had put down.”
“Martok hurled his goblet, which smashed against the wall, splattering one of his old war banners with warnog.”
““Very clever,” he said, taking a bottle of warnog and a carved onyx goblet from the shelf.”
“He could be welcomed into the mess hall of any warship in the imperial fleet and join the grizzled veterans as they guzzled tankards of warnog, gorged themselves on jawfuls of gagh, and passed the hours filling the ship with roaring battle-songs.”
“K’Vak took a long swig of the warnog, wiped his mouth with the back of his arm and said, without looking away from his glass, “If you cannot hold your liquor honorably, Earther, then it is you who should leave this establishment!””
“Even from two meters away, Worf could tell that the councillor’s expensive clothes reeked with the cheap perfume of whichever one of his mistresses he’d lain with before being summoned to the war council, and his breath was ripe with warnog.”
“On the right was the room’s single extravagance: a well-stocked liquor cabinet, including onyx bloodwine goblets and polished-steel steins for ale and warnog.”
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