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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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Cette forte affluence des touristes algeriens s'explique par la stabilite securitaire enregistree dans la region et la qualite des services touristiques assures en plus de l'importance de la campagne touristique promotionnelle lancee par l'office national du tourisme, a precise la meme source.
Manulife Affluence Max Gold allows customers to make a one-time investment in a Manulife-managed fund that suits their financial goals, while Manulife Affluence Income enables customers to make an investment that provides a steady target income for their immediate needs, while giving them the opportunity to grow their money through Manulife's professionally-managed funds," Manulife Philippines specified.
La deuxieme edition du SMAP Expo Amsterdam organise, du 15 au 17 mars au parc d'exposition [beaucoup moins que]Amsterdam Rai[beaucoup plus grand que], a connu une affluence remarquable.
Unlike biblical times, affluence is not confined to the rich.
Across four different experiments, researchers found that people's subjective sense of having time, called 'time affluence,' can be increased: compared with wasting time, spending time on oneself, and even gaining a windfall of 'free' time, spending time on others increased participants' feelings of time affluence.
Tesco is set to launch a wave of price promotions and range reviews that target customers based on the affluence of the areas they live in, The Grocer can reveal.
Affluence Intelligence: Earn More, Worry Less, and Live a Happy and Balanced Life should reach many in these hard economic times and proposes that true wealth is the entirety of a person's life, not just what's earned or saved.
I would like to state that modern developments do not make a sea of affluence.
Wee Ee Cheong, deputy chairman and CEO of the group, said, 'Whilst the global economy continues to grapple with various shocks, our core markets remain buoyant, reflecting the strong regional economic fundamentals and rising affluence in Asia.
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.
Affluence has often been cited as a key reason behind a change in motivation (generally for the better) and behavior toward others (generally for the worse), because affluence enables people to achieve goals without help from others, making people feel self-sufficient and causing them to behave accordingly (Vohs, Mead, & Goode, 2007).
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.