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drunk

adjective ebrius, inebriated, intemperate, overcome, overcome by liquor, riotous, sottish, temulentus, uncontrolled, under the influunce of liquor, unsober
Associated concepts: alcoholism, delirium tremens, driving while intoxicated, drunkometer test, intoxication, voluntary intoxication
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The regression analysis showed that the likelihood of having had unprotected sex increased steadily as the age at which students first got drunk decreased from 17 (odds ratio, 1.
To Warren Harris, another would-be well-doer who suggested that Huff had drunk enough and ought to go home, Huff responded, "[g]o to hell
Males in the American sample drink a little more than their female counterparts, on average, and are more likely to have gotten drunk during their first drinking experience.
Richard Bolling recalls that part of the strategy for expanding the House Rules Committee assumed a particular congressman would stay so drunk he wouldn't show up for a key vote.
Earlier this year, four of the officers from the Newhall CHP station were honored by a local chapter of the Mother's Against Drunk Driving for their above-average DUI arrest totals.
Then, there's the danger of people not realizing how drunk they actually are so they drink more,'' he said.
However, they added the murder charge after an investigation found Kyne had six prior convictions for misdemeanor drunk driving dating to the early 1980s, the most recent one in 1987 from a case in the Antelope Valley.
I think drinking to get really drunk is stupid," says Jason, a 21-year-old junior.
We are committed to educating communities about the hazards of drunk driving and underage drinking," stated Matt Stanton, vice president of corporate affairs, Beam Global Spirits & Wine.
Traffic fatalities in California during the four-day holiday weekend this year fell to their lowest point since the 1970s, but activists against drunk driving cautioned Monday not to read too much into the dip.
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Because his six previous DUI convictions indicate he knew the dangers of driving drunk, prosecutors have charged Kyne with second-degree murder instead of manslaughter in Nemback's death.