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  • n. Plural form of hangover.

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Examples

  • The world is going digital, from digital television to digital audio, but what about one of the last hangovers from the analogue world, the humble calendar?

    Paper beats electronic, for calendars at least

  • I tend not to believe in such things but the older I get the worse the hangovers are and the easier I get them ... anything that would help would be awesome at this point. veronykah

    Hangover Cures: Myth, Legend, Fact | Lifehacker Australia

  • And sometimes they gave them bourbon and sometimes they gave them vodka and then they looked to see how their hangovers were the next day and they found that bourbon gave them a worse hangover.

    CNN Transcript Dec 18, 2009

  • Although I did prefer the spiciness of the Brazilian national spirit, I also often recalled the hangovers I'd get from drinking the

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  • Getting a license is a cumbersome process, and guns cannot be bought over the counter -- requirements that gun owners describe as hangovers from the colonial past, when the British rulers disarmed their Indian subjects to head off rebellion.

    Irons in the Fire

  • First thing in the morning while others sleep off their hangovers is usually a good time.

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  • When you think about it that adds up to a lot of hangovers, which is why it's a good thing that modern breweries have also figured out how to make beer that doesn't contain alcohol.

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  • All this excitement, however, must have led to the lot of them having hangovers, which is really the only way to excuse Wednesday's 7-3 loss to the Pirates.

    Purple Row

  • Even the rich are smarting from the so-called hangovers of the global economic crisis.

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  • I do the same with "events," such as hangovers, visits to Chicago, and hanging out at The Banknote.

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