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From my own experience I have seen very few ill effects from it except in cases of obvious overindulgence.
TRAINING FOR THE TRENCHESLESLIE VICKERS
It makes me quite miserable to see how you waste your money in the gaming houses, and ruin your health by overindulgence in wine.
HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE, DECEMBER 23, 1879VARIOUS
The evil of overindulgence has, alas, swept in upon us like a torrent, overwhelming as a flood all classes.
EPISTLE SERMONS, VOL. IIMARTIN LUTHER
This ineffectual effort arises from a lack of courage on the part of preceptor and parent: the old, old story of overindulgence.
LITERATURE FOR CHILDRENORTON LOWE
Nothing is so relaxing to the physical fiber of mankind as overindulgence, especially if continued persistently.
RELIGION AND HEALTHJAMES J. WALSH
Gluck's death, in 1787, was caused by overindulgence in wine at a dinner which he gave to some of his friends.
THE GREAT GERMAN COMPOSERSGEORGE T. FERRIS
The "degradation of the lower classes" the same weak wit attributes to overindulgence in winkles.
THE FEASTS OF AUTOLYCUSELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL
Such individuals should be warned of the dangers arising from overindulgence in food or alcoholic beverages.
DIETETICS FOR NURSESFAIRFAX T. PROUDFIT
But woe betide the man who allowed overindulgence to interfere with the morrow's work.
THE PROMISEJAMES B. HENDRYX
All know the delirium produced by overindulgence in liquor, and the hallucinations that accompany fever.
MIND AND BODYWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
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