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under the affluence of incohol

mod. alcohol intoxicated. (A deliberate spoonerism on under the influence of alcohol.) You are very, very much under the affluence of incohol, as you have so aptly put it.
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Un somptueux defile de caftans marocains offert par KAMALIA Creations, la grande designer et styliste de mode maroco-neerlandaise, a connu une affluence record et ravi la foule presente au salon.
This is so even though everybody in today's advanced economies enjoys levels of affluence immeasurably higher than in biblical times.
The bid to tap in to both austerity and affluence follows widespread criticism of Tesco's nationwide Big Price Drop campaign.
Toxic wealth; how the culture of affluence can harm us and our children.
In The Challenge of Affluence, Avner Offer explores the "paradox of affluence"--why "the flow of new goods can undermine the capacity to enjoy them.
This level of tourism is a product of affluence - not only in the United States, but globally.
The town beat others in the UK to make it into the top 20 of an affordable affluence index, compiled by the Royal Bank of Scotland.
The developer plans to capitalize on the strong demand for residential condominium units created by Brooklyn's affordable alternative to Manhattan, an ever increasing demand for housing in New York City and the rising affluence of the typical homebuyer in the area," said Pariser.
Diseases of affluence like obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease are the result.
Hectic lifestyles and rising affluence are two factors behind the trend, according to research analysts Mintel.
Cullity says Singer has "stimulated philosophical discussion of whether affluence is immoral in a world where there is starvation.
It's ironic that persons like myself and Walter Williams, who grew up in the ghetto, are regarded as being either middle-class or just aberrant, whereas people like Andrew Young, who grew up in the lap of affluence, are said to truly speak for blacks.
Having emerg'd from the Poverty and obscurity, in which I was born and bred, to a State of Affluence and some Degree of Reputation in the World, and having gone so far thro[ugh] Life with a considerable Share of Felicity, the conducing Means I made use of, which, with the Blessing of God, so well succeeded, my Posterity may like to know, as they may find some of them suitable to their own Situations, and therefore fit to be imitated.
The boldly reductivist architecture of the Case Study Houses and their equally fashionable inhabitants--poised, wasp-waisted women in cocktail frocks and square-jawed chaps--suggested an exciting new world of metropolitan affluence and possibility.