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(49) Tom Harrisson's bibulous gatherings at his bungalow in Pig Lane were notorious.
These hydrophilic clay minerals are with the characteristics of fine particle composition, high bibulous rate, large specific surface area, etc.
Both starters were substantial, but no food remained uneaten by the time the table was cleared and, like the young Sebastian and Charles in a particularly bibulous part of Brideshead Revisited, we set about the serious business of trying to remember which glass contained which wine.
Researchers have successfully bred several lines of rats to aid in research about alcohol use and alcohol dependence [4,20]: (a) alcohol-preferring (P)/alcohol-nonpreferring (NP) rats; (b) high-alcohol-drinking (HAD) /low-alcohol-drinking (LAD) rats; (c) University of Chile bibulous (UChB)/University of Chile abstainer (UChA) rats, (d) Alko alcohol (AA)/Alko non-alcohol (ANA) rats, (e) Sardinian alcohol-preferring (sP)/Sardinian alcohol-nonpreferring (sNP) rats, (f) high alcohol consuming (HARF)/low alcohol consuming (LARF) rats and so forth.
Following dissection, tissues were blotted to surface dryness on bibulous paper, weighed, and homogenized, at 20 mg tissue/mL, in 50 mM sodium phosphate buffer (pH 7.5) containing 250 mM sucrose, using a tissue grinder with a motor driven Teflon pestle (275 rpm, 10 strokes) at 0[degrees]C.
When, for instance, Aristophanes 'cheerfully exploits the commonplace derogatory descriptions of women as bibulous, sensual, thieving [...]' (Konstan 1993:435), the spectators need not, therefore, be concerned about a misrepresentation of actual women, because they are acquainted with the comic convention that enables them to laugh at hyperbole or make-believe on the comic stage.
Esquire Net has already cycled through four of its first eight originals, of which the top-rated Brew Dogs seems the most likely to earn a renewal (First-run episodes of the antic and bibulous beer-buddy series averaged 64,000 total viewers.) Meanwhile, there are what one network exec characterized as "a ton" of shows in development, including an upcoming docuseries about 8- and 9-year-old football players (Friday Night Tykes, Jan.
And although newspaper offices are no longer the bibulous places they once were - Perrier water and cress sandwiches are more in evidence these days than empty Scotch bottles - I am one of the last dinosaurs.
I, for one, have no wish to endure the miserable bicyclepowered world envisaged by the greens and to them I would utter the immortal words of the bibulous Father Jack Hackett: frack off.
Boris Yeltsin began the 1990's as a courageous democrat, only to end up a corrupt, bibulous buffoon, while Putin initially vowed to bring law and order to the post-Yeltsin chaos.
A bibulous dining society is probably not the best way forward, so we'll have to leave it to the university policy mavens instead.
a recently formed organization [that] will produce motion pictures Irish in character, Catholic in sentiment, good clean dramatic offerings that will do justice to the nobler side of the Irish character that will relegate the stage Irishman, the bibulous person of Charles Lever, the ignoramus, the buffoon, the allegedly humorous, the careless living--these characters the products of the brains of English propaganda will not appear in these pictures.