Come, charge your glasses, and let us drink to
our excellent rector--three times three
We were merely joking; drink to his health," he added, filling Caderousse's glass, "and do not interfere with us.
I wish to drink to the health of Edmond and the lovely Mercedes.
And as we are prevented from going down there, we are forced to refuse food and drink to
the travelers who come to the house; so that our hostelry is daily going to ruin.
The common drink of the Abyssins is beer and mead, which they drink to excess when they visit one another; nor can there be a greater offence against good manners than to let the guests go away sober: their liquor is always presented by a servant, who drinks first himself, and then gives the cup to the company, in the order of their quality.
Then the criminal orders meat and drink to be brought out, they eat and drink together, he asks a formal pardon, which is not granted at first; however, the husband forgives first one part of the debt, and then another, till at length the whole is remitted.
Santa now made a pretty speech in verse, congratulating Ozma on having a birthday, and asking every one present to drink to
the health and happiness of their dearly beloved hostess.
Teens often drink to
fit in, even though there are lots of other ways to be accepted that are not as destructive as this," says Dr.
The partnership initiated a number of efforts, including creating more late-night, alcohol-free events, outreach to local bars to reduce alcohol abuse, and starting a social norms marketing campaign to tell students that they don't have to drink to have a good time (see "Selling the Social Norm," page 32).
Simultaneously, a social norms print campaign was launched to spread the word about the new offerings on campus, and to change students' perceptions about needing to drink to have a good time.
Students may drink to
let off steam, or drink to
get drunk, or boast about how much they can drink without puking.
The name was changed to "Red Snapper"--thought to be more refined--until someone decided there was something fishy about it and renamed it "Morning Glory," because it was originally created as a drink to
help face the morning after.
There's no reason for water in the drink to
move into your cells.
Instead of grabbing a soft drink to
satisfy a sweet tooth, women should savor milk's flavors," says Ann Marie Krautheim, MA, RD, a registered dietitian for the National Dairy Council.
Still, if I were a physician, I'd beware of suggesting a strong drink to
build better memory and intellectually acuity.