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Here the stranger buried his countenance in a brown jug, but whether to hide his emotion or imbibe its contents, we cannot distinctly affirm.
What the wasting tree is to the water that imbibes its shade, growing thus blacker by what it preys upon, may not the life of the Fay be to the death which engulfs it?
This is a delicious evening, when the whole body is one sense, and imbibes delight through every pore.
One part charity, one part Negroni and one part fun, Campari and Imbibe magazine will present the third annual Negroni Week from June 1-7, 2015.
So do yourself a favour, particularly if you feel the need to imbibe yourself until your skull is imbibe yourself until yoy ur skull is full of liquid.
President of India Pranab Mukherjee has sent out a message to the nation on the eve of Gandhi Jayanti, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the "Father of the Nation", urging the people to imbibe Gandhian ideals, thoughts and values.
We need to imbibe their spirit of tolerance, peace and harmony", he added.
The Felin Fach Griffin was named Best Pub List of the Year at the 2012 Imbibe Wine awards at Mayfair's Novikov in London.
I hypothesized that seeds would exhibit intraspecific variation in their relative ability to imbibe water and that such variability could be attributed to different environmental conditions at collection sites.
We're speaking of the "C" streamers who believe that everything they imbibe from the small screen must be true.
Recent studies have suggested that people who consume a glass or two of red wine each day have healthier cardiovascular systems than those who don't imbibe.
In the randomized, double-blinded trial of 52 participants, those given a single dose of the nonselective cannabinoid agonist dronabinol had less postprandial stomach cramping than did those given placebo--freeing up those who imbibe on the real thing to raid the pantry with impunity.