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  • adj. superlative form of drunk: most drunk.


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  • Men's Health magazine's list of drunkest U.S. cities, beating out booze-friendly Las Vegas and New York City. magazine, which will publish its list of 100 cities in its March edition that range from "drunkest" to "least drunk," based the results on data collected from the FBI, Fatality Analysis Reporting System. - Home Page

  • Men's Health magazine ranked the Magic City in the bottom five of the 100 "drunkest" cities.

    NBC Miami - Top Stories

  • Fresno, Calif. tops Men's Health magazine's list of America's "drunkest" cities while Boston, home to the "Cheers" bar where everyone knows your name, was deemed the "least drunk," besting even Salt Lake City. Blog Articles

  • Madison ranked the 15th "drunkest" city in America while Milwaukee landed as the 58th

  • A national magazine ranked Reno as the second "drunkest" city in the nation.

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  • Fresno, Calif., was dubbed as America's "drunkest" city, followed by Reno, Nev. - Top Stories

  • A new survey set to come out in the March issue of Men's Health Magazine names Billings as the third "drunkest" city in America.

    Greater Falls!

  • Men's Health magazine's March issue ranks Reno second out of 100 cities in a list of the nation's "drunkest" communities, displacing tipsy titan Denver, which dropped from No. 1 in the magazine's 2004 and 2007 booze surveys to No. 17 this year. - Latest News

  • Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010 | 5: 54 p.m. Seeing someone in Las Vegas with a tall alcoholic beverage in hand is rarely surprising -- at least on the Strip -- but that doesn't mean Las Vegas made the top 10 in a new ranking of America's "drunkest" cities.

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  • National magazine claims Reno is America's second "drunkest" city Frequently Asked Questions For Sticking Accelerator Pedal Recall and Suspension of Sales

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  • Ooh, I like this word!! :D

    April 4, 2010