two-fisted drinker

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two-fisted drinker

n. a heavy drinker; someone who drinks with both hands. The world is filled with guys who aspire to be two-fisted drinkers.
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A binge drinker was defined as a male who drank at least eight units or a female who drank six units of alcohol in one session on two or more occasions per week.
Using the strapline 'The not so traditional ale', they are intended to appeal to drinkers in their 30s rather than the typical older ale drinker.
It's delightful to see the three novels--SOUL DRINKER, THE BLEEDING CHALICE and CRIMSON TEARS under one convenient cover.
Sipping his oolong tea beside a pile of pop culture magazines, Haynes does not fit the mold of a tea drinker.
There were no additional effects of heavy/light drinker status on estimate accuracy, beyond the effects of BAC at time of measured event.
The marketing campaign is targeting what the industry calls a "lifestyle drinker" and beer drinkers who prefer premium, imported beers.
Each student was classified either as an abstainer, a non-binge drinker, an occasional binge drinker or a frequent binge drinker.
an abstainer, moderate drinker, heavy drinker), occasions in which five and ten beers had been consumed in a single sitting over the most recent two-week period, and the number of occasions and average number of drinks per occasion that had been consumed over the past 30 days.
Such prices can encourage consumption at levels harmful to the health of the drinker and through violence and injuries also represent a risk to the people around them.
Researchers found that the more alcohol consumed by an excessive drinker the lower the nitric oxide level.
In fact, as the specialty coffee industry searches for the key elements that differentiate a "third-wave" roaster from the next generation of "fourth-wave," one of those differences, it seems, is the willingness to deliver the same taste experience to the decaf drinker that third-wave roasters sought to give their "regular" coffee drinkers fifteen years ago.
1999), being a binge drinker, even a weekly binge drinker, did not increase one's odds of presenting to an ER.
Data Source: Results were taken from a cross-sectional study of 229 adults, none of whom was a problem drinker.
Silverstain Properties announced that Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP has signed a 10-year lease at 1177 Avenue of the Americas.
If you have a heavy drinker in your life, your own health and well-being could suffer as a result, according to a New Zealand study.