dry law

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dry law

n
(Law) chiefly US a law prohibiting the sale of alcoholic beverages
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Despite the prohibition of alcohol consumption, these bottles are found inside the Sindh Secretariat where bureaucrats arrange cocktail parties rather than working,' she said, adding that it was disconcerting that such activities took place inside an important government bureaucratic division.
Changes to the US Constitution adopted during this period include the introduction of the federal income tax with the Sixteenth Amendment, direct election of senators with the Seventeenth Amendment, the prohibition of alcohol with the Eighteenth Amendment (some ideas were really bad), and women's suffrage with the Nineteenth Amendment.
90 years is how long the prohibition of alcohol on the Easter holiday has been in place for
And for 32 years, Sharjah has once again taken the lead in the prohibition of alcohol - which is responsible for 10 per cent of all cancer deaths - in the emirate.
Nitish Kumar added a strong will was needed to take decisions like the implementation of prohibition of alcohol.
The greatest setback in the development of our modern wine industry occurred during the federal prohibition of alcohol from 1920 to 1933.
Many prohibition protests are going on among the public throughout Tamil Nadu, India, for the prohibition of alcohol sale.
Yes, a full decade since the nation's smokers were chucked oot of pubs, clubs and kebab joints in the biggest criminalisation of a guilty pleasure since the prohibition of alcohol in 1920s America.
At present, almost every country (apart from a few where the prohibition of alcohol still exists) uses a variation of legal regulation to control the trade and use of alcohol products.
A Racial segregation B Prohibition of alcohol C Army conscription D The abolition of slavery QUESTION 12 - for 12 points: In which country did David and Victoria Beckham get married?
The prohibition of alcohol was a major cause in the West a century ago.