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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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"Botbat khong phra ong chao pritsadang: sueksa karani kancheracha toklong nai nangsue sanya kiaokap sura kap nana prathet, pho so 2424-2429" [The role of Prince Prisdang: A study of agreement on the regulating of the traffic in spirituous liquors, B.E.
Ferueta Seveloff, a Sitka Creole, was arrested by military authorities in Sitka and subsequently indicted by an Oregon grand jury for introducing spirituous liquors into the Indian country (Sitka) and for giving liquor to "one John Doe," an Indian residing at the Sitka Indian agency under the charge of the Indian Agent for Sitka.
Oh Adam, one Almighty is, from whom All things proceed, and up to him return, If not deprav'd from good, created all Such to perfection, one first matter all, Indu'd with various forms, various degrees Of substance, and in things that live, of life; But more refin'd, more spirituous, and pure, As nearer to him plac't or nearer tending Each in thir several active Spheres assign'd, Till body up to spirit work, in bounds Proportion'd to each kind.
The total amount of spirituous liquor sold in FY 2014 was of 12.4 million gallons, an increase of only 3.1 percent over the previous year.
Coaker was ready "to vote here and now for total prohibition." He was "convinced that liquor was an evil" and had been "all my life a temperance man, and I have always favoured the temperance folks because I have seen many a poor chap go to the bad through 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.
more refin'd, more spirituous, and pure, As nearer to him plac't, or nearer tending Each in thir several active Spheres assignd, Till body up to spirit work, in bounds Proportioned to each kind.
Following an EU ruling in 1989 regarding the definition and classification of rum, the liquor was described as a spirituous beverage made from sugar cane juice or molasses obtained by fermenting and distilling locally produced sugar cane juice.
A person other than a licensee or an employee of a licensee acting during the employee's working hours or in connection with such employment is not liable in damages to any person who is injured, or to the survivors of any person killed, or for damage to property, which is alleged to have been caused in whole or in part by reason of the furnishing or serving of spirituous liquor to a person of the legal drinking age.
(44) Fermented or Spirituous Liquors Act, SO 1876, c 26, s 1.
Since the vote, businesses in Clark County began selling beer and small-farm wines in January, but the five entrepreneurs preparing to sell what the law calls "spirituous" beverages will be the first of their kind in the county.
The endowment provides critical financial support to students pursuing careers in hospitality management, culinary arts, and spirituous beverage management and marketing.