inebriant


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It was an inebriant drink that was used in the ceremories of the reach and the high-ranked people and was drunk in celebrations to increase cheerfulness.
Analogizing love to an inebriant, the heart intimates that it is beginning to recognize the alluring yet potentially dangerous effects of sexual intimacy.
Familiar with the inebriant potency of political power, dictators can hardly be blamed for their swirling suspicion of their handpicked successors, or for projecting their darkest lusts and fantasies on the most professedly loyal minions and courtiers.
As the inebriant of the power of plastic wears off, sophisticated consumers need to carefully review the costs and benefits associated with these cards.
Nasdaq:CITY) announced today that it has entered into an agreement to develop and operate a Public Inebriant Alternative Program in Tulsa, Oklahoma.