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hooch

Substance abuse
1. A street term for marijuana. See Marijuana.
2. Moonshine, see there.
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Tara also admitted that Kattu was getting regular supply of his hooch during the last one month, even after the hooch tragedy had rocked the state, and chief minister Narendra Modi strengthened the prohibition laws to the extent of prescribing death penalty for bootleggers.
Pete Postlethwaite as Hooch, left, and Ben Whishaw as Ben Coulter, in the BBC's Criminal Justice; Pete is looking forward to returning to the Everyman Theatre to play King Lear later this year
Surrounded by Bacardi Breezer and other early 'alcopops' that played it safe, the controversy surrounding Hooch gave it a unique platform.
Coors Brewers, which like others in the drinks industry prefer to call the products 'flavoured alcoholic beverages' rather than alcopops, said Hooch had been a major success for the firm.
Anyone willing to give a happy home to Sam and Hooch will benefit from the NCDL's fostering scheme, which means medical expenses will be paid for by the charity.
An Alcohol Concern spokesman said: "If we feel the marketing of Hooch appeals to those under the legal age to buy alcohol, we'll complain.
Jacqueline Mason, 47, Bunty's daughter, said: "The river was really strong thatday because of the heavy rain but Jeff just jumped in and saved Hooch without a thought for himself.
For, hooch flows as freely as the Sabarmati in the city.
Guards found the hidden hooch during a search of the prison two weeks ago.
Following both brands' global expansion, Bench and Hooch decided a web presence was long overdue and chose the Liverpoolbased firm to head the project.
But Hooch was more often associated with negative publicity and widely condemned as the catalyst of under-age drinking.
No hooch was seized at the Dochas Centre in Dublin, where female offenders are jailed, while 20 litres was confiscated from inmates at Saint Patrick's Institution, which houses 17-year-old convicts.