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tipple

1. n. liquor; strong liquor. A little more tipple, Tom?
2. tv. & in. to drink liquor; to sip at a vessel of liquor. He’s been tippling beer since early morning.
3. n. a drink of liquor. I’ll take just a little tipple—for my arthritis, you know.
4. n. a drinking bout. Well, Uncle Harry’s off on a tipple again.
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Tipple, who began working at another Kroger location more than six years ago, suffers from an attention-deficit disorder and partial deafness, and has an IQ that allows him to read and write on a third-grade level.
Would that be the Keith Floyd who liked to have a little tipple in the kitchen so much that he died of chronic alcoholism?
The Tipples will also be offering customers FiltaBio, which is waste oil collection and recycling without the need for a traditional collection bin.
Ms Pearce saw her pet dead in the alleyway where Tipple, who has three dogs, was standing.
I thought I could cajole fellow gin-lovers into having a bit of a tipple to mark the occasion.
Hull briefly responded with a score of their own but it wasn't long before Tipple added a third in the right corner and Ash Newman powered over just before half time to make it 22-4 at the break.
It was aboard Easterby's Charlie Tipple that Costello initiated his double in the 2m1f novice hurdle, a race which sadly saw the McManus-owned newcomer Before Sundown suffer fatal injuries in an up-and-down afternoon for the owner.
Racegoers and punters alike can get in the mood for the April 5 spectacular, beamed from Aintree all over the world, with John Smith's Winner's Tipple, a new limited edition premium ale to celebrate the second year of the John Smith's People's Race.
Whoever would have thought that Malibu would be a best seller in Glasgow or that tequila would be the tipple of choice in Bournemouth?
This tipple has a most distinctive and unusual flavour and would fit into a niche category.
Professor Mark Bellis, director of the Centre for Public Health, said: "We hope that making these statistics widely available will highlight that we are no longer a nation enjoying a harmless tipple but increasingly one developing a dangerous alcohol addiction.
And to celebrate, the hall's own organic microbrewery, the North Yorkshire Brewing Company, has produced a special blend, The Farmer's Tipple.
VINTAGE TIPPLE ended a 51-year wait for a first Classic victory for Paddy Mullins as she took the Darley Irish Oaks at the Curragh yesterday.
SEATTLE -- Taco Del Mar appoints Bob Tipple as the new president and CEO of Taco Del Mar Canada, an exclusive licensee of the Seattle-based Taco Del Mar Franchising Corp.
And his liking for the Irish tipple, considered by the judge to be a women's drink, resulted in his conviction.