intoxicated


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intoxicated

(ĭn-tŏk′sĭ-kā′tĭd)
adj.
Physically or mentally impaired by a chemical substance, especially alcohol: was arrested for driving while intoxicated; an intoxicated guest at the party.
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"Both were arrested for being intoxicated whilst in charge of a child.
AB 17 would impose a mandatory minimum sentence of 5 years in prison on people convicted of homicide by the intoxicated use of a vehicle.
"Officers say she was extremely intoxicated and offered to take her home.
Troopers say the majority of intoxicated drivers are pulled over for violation of traffic laws that include speeding, changing lanes without a signal, failure to maintain a single marked lane and sometimes, driving too slowly.
In a post on Facebook, GMP Wigan West described the goings-on in Enfield Street park, where one 'very intoxicated' girl collapsed and was taken to hospital.
The petition in which all States and Union Territories have been made parties, in addition to the Election Commission of India (ECI), has also requested the top court to frame guidelines regarding voters who attempt to cast their votes in a state of intoxication and direct the ECI to equip all polling booths with the devices necessary for identification of intoxicated persons, including breath analyzers.
'We wish to remind the public that as a policy, the Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC) does not allow intoxicated passengers on LRT-1 in consideration of the comfort of other commuters,' the LRMC said in a statement sent to INQUIRER.net
Road accidents in Kyrgyzstan occur more often due to speeding than driving while intoxicated. This was announced today during the emergency meeting of the Government on road safety.
Summary: A senior police official said the trio was inhaling the gas to get intoxicated
"The passenger seated in 24E was heavily intoxicated prior to entering the flight, and had fallen into a drunken stupor sitting next to Card," the lawsuit claims.
Regardless of alcohol poisoning's consequences and telltale signs, the peer-reviewed literature and anecdotal evidence suggest that intoxicated college students who show symptoms of alcohol poisoning are subject to being drawn on by bystanders with markers and pens as a humorous prank, rather than being helped.
Eugene police measured now-former University of Ore gon football player Darren Carrington's blood- alcohol content level at 0.11 percent on the night of his intoxicated driving arrest, according to a newly released police report.