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spir·i·tu·ous

(spir'i-tyū-ŭs),
Containing alcohol in large amount, denoting liquors.

spirituous

(spĭr′ĭt-ū-ŭs″) [L., spiritus, breath]
Containing alcohol.
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73) Second, he thought section four of the 1868 Alaska Act, giving the President the authority to deal with spirituous liquors, should be given a pre-emptive reading and govern the whole subject.
These lines oddly invert the Aristotelian model of creation, whereby a dry, spirituous semen impregnates a wet, dark female matter.
SIP was initiated to enhance the overall shopping experience and modernize the look and feel of contract liquor agencies that sell spirituous liquor.
Coaker moved an amendment to Hickmaffs resolutions, which asked the government to introduce a bill prohibiting the importation, manufacture, and sale of ales, wines, beers, and similar beverages and all spirituous liquors within Newfoundland.
Two civilians were injured when an IED went off targeting a shop for selling spirituous drinks in central Baghdad," he added.
One billion liquor bottles have been returned through Ontario's bottle deposit law for beer, wine and spirituous liquors.
African values, national vision and nationhood are to be exchanged for a concoction of Western cultural values, neo-liberal consumer culture of the US and Europe, epitomized in a "fat well-fed doctor" who brings the hegemonic measures of development: " Western books, films, pornographic videos, drugs, spirituous drinks, musical tapes and a bale of condoms" (Chihota, 2000:145).
No person shall erect any tent, booth or stall within the limits of this city, for the purpose of vending any spirituous liquors, beer, mead or cider, or any kind of meat, fish, cakes, or fruit nor to collect in numbers for the purpose of gambling or dancing .
extending their navigations to the Bahama islands and even to Cuba: a crew of these adventurers had just arrived, having returned from Cuba but a few days before our arrival, with a cargo of spirituous liquors, coffee, sugar and tobacco.
No people can live more happy that the Indians did in times of peace, before the introduction of spirituous liquors among them.
I'm not one who yearns for a Bloody Mary - or any spirituous drink - for lunch.
The step as Section 135C of the Representation of People's Act, 1951, which provides that no spirituous, fermented or intoxicating liquors or other substances of a like nature is sold during elections.