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  • Birds thrive in times of drought, both in their general health and in regard to parturition, and this is especially the case with the cushat; fishes, however, with a few exceptions, thrive best in rainy weather; on the contrary rainy seasons are bad for birds-and so by the way is much drinking-and drought is bad for fishes.

    The History of Animals

  • However, I was completely smitten with the Corcelette, an earthy, sensuous Morgon that I could not stop drinking-and didn't the bottle was drained in about an hour.

    Slate Magazine

  • That it moves slow and you just spend most of your time talking and eating and drinking-and that's fine.

    Washington D.C. Metblogs

  • The flurry of trips comes amid a report that Kim is suffering from chronic laryngitis-probably because of excessive smoking and drinking-and he can't work without resting every other day.

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  • Barbro Holmberg (she may have had food poisoning); Woods 'wife Elin Nordegren may have moved out of their home (to another one that Woods owns in the area) and apparently purchased a mansion in Sweden; cops thought that Woods might have been drinking-and been on medication-when his fateful crash occurred; and pundits, from the right and left, are debating Tiger Woods' type.


  • This technique throws the decision to quit or reduce drinking-and to find the best methods for doing so-back on the individual.

    Psychology Today

  • There was a thumping in his head and a vile taste in his mouth which liquor didn't ordinarily leave-at least not the stuff he'd been drinking-and now that he remembered, he'd gotten sleepy much earlier than one would have expected when the girl was so good-looking"Drugged-oh, no! Tell me I'm not as stupid as a stereofilm hero!

    Agent Of The Terran Empire


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