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After a long nap he again raised his head, imbibed another potation of the "sweet and strong," flashed up with another slight blaze of French gayety, and again fell asleep.
When the forester had got his potation also, he quietly took his seat on the end of one of the logs that lay nigh the fires, and the slight interruption produced by his entrance seemed to he forgotten.
Small beer--will it be believed!--was the only drink with which unhappy gentlemen soothed the fever of their previous night's potation. With this mild beverage before him, George Osborne found the ex-Collector of Boggley Wollah groaning on the sofa at his lodgings.
Mr Riderhood got out his bottle, and fetched his jug-full of water, and administered a potation. Then, he shook the coverlet of his bed and spread it smooth, and Bradley stretched himself upon it in the clothes he wore.
I have not been able either to persuade my brother or to prevail on myself, to disuse the traffic or the potation of brandy, but perhaps a pledge of total abstinence might effectually restrain us.
Dean Faculty of Veterinary Science Dr Zafar Iqbal Qureshi said that 60 per cent of our potations was living the below the poverty line.
KARACHI -- Karachi police on Monday claimed to have arrested seven alleged criminals, including two smugglers, in different search potations in the city.
So, from the sushi counter, I jumped straight to my Indian favourites: Dahi puri, which is basically a mini puri called golgappa stuffed with mashed potations and chickpeas; paper chaat, fried dough doused in yoghurt and tamarind chutney; and a Mumbai favourite, vada pav, which is basically a potato patty served in a sandwich.
Edward Gibbon left an unforgettable picture of the Oxford academics of his day swilling port in "dull and deep potations." At the end of the '60s Hitchens went up to an Oxford that had its up-to-date corruption.
She applied to all kinds of potations from magazines to part-time work at Starbucks--but she had the misfortune of entering the job market in the midst of the Great Recession.