Nutty, it is regrettable to say, went to his room after dinner for the purpose of imbibing
two or three surreptitious whiskies-and-sodas.
It was rumored that her elaborately curled "front piece" had cost five dollars, and that it was sent into Portland twice a year to be dressed and frizzed; but it is extremely difficult to discover the precise facts in such cases, and a conscientious historian always prefers to warn a too credulous reader against imbibing
as gospel truth something that might be the basest perversion of it.
"Yes," replied Michel Ardan, "imbibing
as it were the brilliant ether, light and heat, all life is contained in them."
Has the all-invasive tea imbibing
habit suffered a decline lately?
The IGP said that education was not the name of mere memorising books and passing examination but was imbibing
the spirit to differentiate between good and bad and adopt positive and solution oriented approach to each and every issue.
The project aims at imbibing
the spirit of global brotherhood and to help the students realise their responsibility to make this world a better living place.
The need for imbibing
the virtues propounded by the Holy Prophet (Peace be Upon Him) has never been as
If we are looking at future wars, they will necessitate imbibing
technology, technologies of all kinds.
He urged the Muslims to emulate the Holy Prophet Mohammed by imbibing
the ideals of sacrifice exemplified by the prophet.
Hasegawa, a Lit Manila business partner, expertly guided us on the history and art of imbibing
Japanese whisky via four Suntory varieties: Suntory Old Whisky, Hibiki, The Chita, and The Yamazaki.
From Portsmouth, N.H., to New York City to Chicago to Los Angeles, a parade of theatre companies is offering up what they hope is a tasty concoction, blending drinking and the Bard, in some cases it's the audience imbibing
and in some it's the actors--some garnish scripts with improv games and pop-culture references while others prefer it straight.
The participants later repeated the test after imbibing
either a placebo, a drink strong enough to produce a 0.04 percent breath-alcohol level or one that gave them a 0.065 percent level (the legal intoxication level is 0.08 percent).