non-drinker

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non-drinker

[ˈnɒnˈdrɪŋkəʳ] Nno bebedor(a) m/f
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As a non-smoker and non-drinker, I couldn't help but wonder why the second question wasn't: "Do you drink?
Yes, as a non-drinker, I think it will save the NHS a lot of money.
Had I been in the same predicament with an item I had bought it would have just been broken up and fed to my garden birds or put onto the food recycling caddy - after all it was only 19p and if I was a non-drinker I would have passed the champagne on to a friend.
in contrast, Black-American Indians are the most likely to be non-drinkers up to age 25 years, at which point their non-drinker status is surpassed by monoracial Blacks.
The PLCB continues to ignore it's legislative mandate to promote and be an adjunct to a responsible alcohol policy that protects the common good while recognizing the rights of non-drinker and drinker alike.
Eight chapters cover topics that include: global trends in oral cancer epidemiology in the 20th century; the role of estrogen in health and disease; re-evaluation of the epidemiological associations of female sexual steroids and cancer risk; insulin resistance, estrogen deficiency, and cancer risk; and hormonal and metabolic risk factors for oral cancer among non-smoker, non-drinker women.
Males and females were equally distributed across the drinker and non-drinker groups (p > .
All hands received alcohol-deglamorization training before the port call, as well as guidance in the responsibilities related to being a designated non-drinker.
It is not suggested that the non-drinker should start drinking, but most hypertensives are over the age of 60 when community studies suggest that drinking alcohol does more good than harm.
The offerer of the kidney wrote the following advertisement on the e-bay site: "Young man, 38, non-smoker, non-drinker, offers fully functioning kidney.
The moderate or non-drinker is almost certainly, currently subsidising heavy drinkers in the supermarket," said Sir Ian.
Peter, a non-drinker who was believed to be 59 years old, was employed at Unit 3, Veracity Works in Foundry Lane by deaf and dumb Arthur Wheeler.

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