They all had to go, even little Stanislovas, who was ill from overindulgence
in sausages and sarsaparilla.
In spite of his wisdom, he could not find fault with her for her overindulgence
of the children, who had managed to convert Dinah the preacher, before whom a circle of rough men had often trembled a little, into a convenient household slave--though Dinah herself was rather ashamed of this weakness, and had some inward conflict as to her departure from the precepts of Solomon.
Across the globe, people are firmly back in the working groove after all the fun, relaxation and overindulgence
of the holiday season.
Ironically, however, it often turns into gloom and misery largely due to the devastating consequences of overindulgence
The episode begins with Victoria's classic stand-up perfectly summing up the pitfalls of Christmas - overindulgence
, overspending, and all too tiring.
But there was one time, when I got my very first job, that the aforementioned overindulgence
simply overran me.
Simon Stevens, head of NHS England, said the scheme was being expanded in an effort to prevent a tide of ill-health caused by overindulgence
At some point, overindulgence
begs for a long walk, whether to make room for whatever's next or just to get some fresh air.
of any kind (especially when done in private) is connected to a person's feeling of lack of control, a state of powerlessness which may include shame or guilt.
For the whole trip, I felt like I had a massive hangover, but I put it down to overindulgence
often meets the adult's needs and not the child's needs.
On Easter Sunday, James Cook University Hospital posted a message on Facebook that said: "Believe it or not, we do have people coming into A&E with stomach aches caused by overindulgence