Baclofen reduces ethanol intake in high-alcohol-drinking University of Chile bibulous
When he died back in 2001 a large number of friends including the late jazz great, George Melly, saw him off in a suitable bibulous
fashion with his coffin conveyed from the local hostelry where he had been laid in state and up to the town's graveyard in the back of a Volvo estate.
Palla's advocacy of virtue ethics becomes clearer after a brief interlude during which the bibulous
Poggio Bracciolini is lampooned.
Once a hell-raiser (critic Kenneth Tynan called him an "insomniac Celtic dynamo"), the 74-year-old is now the grand old man of acting, somehow outliving his friendly and equally bibulous
rivals, Richards Burton and Harris.
2) At the close of the century, Beerbohm Tree's portrait of Bottom "with a bibulous
visage [and] voice thickened with indulgence in liquor" (Williams 119) was representative of the standard view of the artisans.
The French author, lately of The Possibility of an Island, is an old-style enfant terrible: more lecherous than Pepys; more bibulous
than Hemingway; more wretched than his own dim lodestar, H.
It is of considerable interest to our investigation of bibulous
descriptors that, in Glasgow parlance and also more widely in Scotland, a person who has over-indulged in strong drink, and who displays the symptoms, is often said to be 'steamin" (with the qualifier 'wi drink' sometimes added for good measure).
In some ways, the usurpation plot of this bibulous
crew is farcical.
The promotion of John Curtin, en faute de mieux, has been unsuccessful, as Curtin has been progressively disclosed to have been weak, bibulous
and vacillating and to have consciously permitted Australian defence forces abroad to be effectively betrayed by left-wing unions on the waterfront who prevented the shipment of munitions, equipment and urgently needed supplies to them.
stars as a successful Chicago chef whose social life gets torpedoed when he allows his divorced and earnest sister (Jacqueline Obradors) and her daughter (Chloe Suazo), widowed and bibulous
sister-in-law (Madchen Amick) and grumpy grandmother (Jenny Gago) to move in with him.
FOLLOWING Stena Line's ban on Ulster's Rangers fans travelling as foot passengers to Scotland, a local entrepreneur has stepped into the breech by forming a new company, SeaProd, which will ferry bibulous
bigots between Larne and Stranraer.
It was in this figure of Ortlepp, the bibulous
poet, that Nietzsche first encountered the two-faced Dionysus, god of sensuous pleasure but also of the fear of death," notes Joachim Kohler in Nietzsche and Wagner (1998).