nonintoxicating

nonintoxicating

(ˌnɒnɪnˈtɒksɪˌkeɪtɪŋ)
adj
free of intoxicants
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Boren, a case challenging the higher age requirement for males (21 years) versus females (18 years) to purchase nonintoxicating beer.
But, because hemp contains trace amounts of THC, the same hallucinogen found in marijuana, the federal government classifies it as an illegal drug, even though it is nonintoxicating.
305, 316 (1919) ("The penalties provided in this Act, against the manufacture of liquor without a permit shall not apply to a person for manufacturing nonintoxicating cider and fruit juices exclusively for use in his home, but such cider and fruit juices shall not be sold or delivered except to persons having permits to manufacture vinegar.
Loflin is among about two dozen Colorado farmers who raised industrial hemp, marijuana's nonintoxicating cousin that can't be grown under federal drug law, and bringing in the nation's first acknowledged crop in more than five decades.
Unlike ethanol, it is nonintoxicating but it does make sensory contributions to the viscosity, or body, of the wine.
That all made blowing off some steam -- or nonintoxicating smoke, as it were -- a sweet relief indeed.
In 1933, as it submitted the proposed constitutional amendment repealing Prohibition to the states, Congress also declared the weaker beer nonintoxicating.
Congress will probably arrogate to itself the power to regulate beverages which are in fact nonintoxicating.
190, 204 (1976) ("invalidating statute that allowed women to purchase nonintoxicating beer at younger age than men"); Frontiero v.
305, 307-08 (1919) (repealed 1935) (prohibiting sales of nonintoxicating beverages with minute proportions of alcohol as means to enforce the Eighteenth Amendment).
190 (1976) (holding that a state statute prohibiting the sale of nonintoxicating beer to males of a certain age, but not females, violated the Equal Protection Clause).