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The jokes and drinks, which curiously resemble each other, are the best.

She sits and drinks in his words, she feels him rolling the heavy stones from off her heart.

A third drinks neither for the good of the Body or the Mind, but to stupify and drown both.

No one ever realises that about a "man who drinks" until they read of his death in the paper.

The DrunkardCyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

I recommend that a law be enacted to regulate inter-State commerce in misbranded and adulterated foods, drinks, and drugs.

The mound of broken bottles at the rear betokened the drinks of the past, while the mind dwelt lovingly on those of the present.

Tropic DaysE. J. Banfield

In the first place, he couldn't ditch all his drinks—and he hated alcohol—yet had to remain as sober as possible.

Man of Many MindsE. Everett Evans

Men should be discouraged from rushing to their water bottles for drinks at all times, especially when they are on the march.

The two drinks are all he had that day so far as we can determine.

The Last StrawWilliam J. Smith

Pascal's first Paris coffee shop served other drinks as well as coffee; and Procope's café began as a lemonade shop.

All About CoffeeWilliam H. Ukers


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