ebriety

ebriety

(ɪˈbraɪətɪ)
n
1. the condition of being drunk
2. an occasion of being drunk
3. the state of being thrilled or exhilarated

ebriety

intoxication or inebriation, whether regarded as the condition, the process, or the habit.
See also: Alcohol
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To generate new knowledge in the domain, various factors are being studied, such as : attention, memory, experience, stress, level of ebriety, weariness, random activities (such as talking on the phone) si thus new ways of efficientising the automotive safety are being researched.
Extremely dense verse compositions in quatrains, karang, accompanied by the lute and the bamboo zither, are the vehicle for subtle courtship songs and poetic jousts in which men and women compete in a mode that recalls the Malay pantun, whereas for evenings of collective ritual ebriety to commemorate the Master of Rice or the Master of Flowers, everyone improvises "jars songs," karang at siburan (lantigi, yaya, timpasan, bangkiyaw, sudsud .