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Imbibing had won two of his last four starts this term and went down by just half a length to subsequent September Stakes runner-up Leadership at York last month.
A population that had long consumed large quantities of beer turned with a sudden vengeance to imbibing distilled alcohol, increasing its intake to a level unsurpassed in modem times.
residents have, sometimes unknowingly, been imbibing the bitter tea.
In fact, there are no useful data on the long-term effects of imbibing wormwood.
If everyone gets bombed, that doesn't mean you should too," cautions Lloyd, who acknowledges that you shouldn't feel pressured into imbibing if you don't want to.
Partygoers were seen enjoying the luxurious chocolate desserts, imbibing from the creative and fully functional ice sculpture, and getting busy on the dance floor.
They also suggest that imbibing idiot bias may be costly in professional settings involving alcohol," they said.
Evolving from their long roots in Ireland, where wakes once involved music, imbibing, games, and sexual encounters, they also helped mourners stay awake important in earlier centuries, when family members carefully watched or "waked" the body to see if the deceased would wake up, not being dead after all.
Johnson also expresses unease about alleviating the next-day consequences of imbibing heavily.
The Sir Michael Stoute-trained three-year-old had been thwarted by only a head and a short head behind Vintage Premium in last month's showpiece handicap, but gained handsome compensation on his latest excursion to the Knavesmire, making all under Richard Hughes before seeing off the persistent challenges of Imbibing, Norton and Kirovski.
I have a wine cellar (with around 800 bottles in it) and, having spent a lifetime imbibing the grape, know a little bit about the subject.
Based on an exhaustive assembling of everything that legitimately falls under Rabelais' textual economics of imbibing, the analysis plumbs the pervasiveness and polysemy of wine as it energizes the narrator and flows from his "tonneau fictil," generating diegetic sequences, establishing oppositional characterization, and, through its therapeutic properties, restoring and/or maintaining good health for tipplers and "gens de bien.