nondrinking

nondrinking

(ˌnɒnˈdrɪŋkɪŋ)
adj
relating to a person who refrains from drinking alcoholrelating to an animal or person that does not drink
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Lange and Voas [108] found that when California moved from a secondary to a primary law, belt wearing increased from 70% to 90% among nondrinking drivers.
We must double-down on preventing this violent crime with strong laws, diligent law enforcement, and making sure we are taking personal responsibility in our own lives to always plan ahead for a nondrinking driver when plans include alcohol.
Cross-sectional studies in binge drinking adolescents and college-age individuals have demonstrated regions of both more and less gray-matter volume compared with nondrinking peers, with volumes often related to frequency and quantity of alcohol consumption.
advises the public to limit rainwater for nondrinking purposes.
Binge drinkers performed significantly worse on the executive functioning tasks as compared to nondrinking individuals in both young and elderly age groups, making significantly more perseverative errors which were shown to be related to the intensity of alcohol use [23].
It's insulting to assume we won't find our own higher power as a natural byproduct of nondrinking.
The term Communities of Practice was coined by Jean Lave (a cognitive anthropologist) and Etienne Wenger (an educational theorist and computer scientist) in their landmark book on Situated Learning, in the context of five apprenticeships: Yucatan midwives, Vai and Gola tailors, naval quartermasters, butchers, and nondrinking alcoholics.
* The five health-related behaviors are sufficient sleep, current nonsmoking, nondrinking or moderate drinking, maintaining normal body weight, and meeting aerobic leisure time physical activity recommendations.
For example, Lave (1991) described how members of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) use the cultural tools of sharing a narrative and position themselves in terms of how long they have been in the group to develop their identities as nondrinking alcoholics and members of the AA community.
A person was assigned to one of three categories (high, medium, and low) according to whether the household in which the person resides has access to different combinations of the following amenities and consumer goods: toilet facilities, drinking and nondrinking water, electricity, radio, television, refrigerator, and car.
Yoon et al., "Exposure to ethyl carbamate in alcohol-drinking and nondrinking adults and its reduction by simple charcoal filtration," Food Control, vol.
The difference between preventive health behaviours such as nonsmoking, nondrinking, dieting and weight controlling habits and score average of scale dimensions was found to be statistically insignificant (p>0.05).