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firewater

n. whiskey. (From cowboy and Indian talk.) This firewater leaves a lot to be desired.
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Berlinguette won't disclose the details of the chemistry that makes his iron oxide catalyst efficient enough; it will be FireWater Fuel's first product.
In nailing the Tapit colt Tweebster by a nose, Indian Firewater led home a one-two for Bob Baffert, who sent out Indian Charlie to win the 1998 Santa Anita Derby.
Then, of course, there was the firewater, which troubled my soul.
Sukhmeet LLC, led by Jatinder Singh, acquired the Firewater project at 700 Main St.
The company carried out the three projects simultaneously, providing new tower cranes, control systems and firewater protection for the Sea Islands, which have been a reliable gateway for crude oil export for more than 40 years.
Pegram and partners Kathy Watson and Paul Weitman also won the seventh race Monday with another talented 2-year-old colt named Indian Firewater, a son of Indian Charlie.
The magistrates' court was told Total UK face three charges, of failing to ensure the safety of its employees, of failing to ensure the safety of people it did not employ, and of polluting ground water with fuel and firewater chemicals.
Total UK, Hertfordshire Oil Storage and the British Pipeline Agency face other chargers for allegedly allowing fuel and firewater chemicals to enter groundwaters in the chalk aquifer in the Buncefield area in the days following the accident.
The American world music duo consists of former Gogol Bordello member Ori Kaplan and Tamir Muskat of Firewater and Big Lazy.
CEMCCO will undertake the construction of two sewage pumping stations, irrigation tanks and pump rooms, electrical substation, a potable water network, irrigation and firewater network, MV power cable network and street lighting, sewage network, water storm channel network, telecommunication ducts and roads.
It all hit home when a managing editor, overcome by several flagons of firewater and clutching the pathetic remnants of a cheap, stale cigar, collapsed into a potted plant near the archives room.
Not to worry, though, as plenty of that distilled firewater will be poured by others at the big banquet.
The whiskey burned my tongue and I grimaced at the sting of the firewater.
Fueled by title firewater, they say things like "God willing, I will die now" and "it's only fair for the dead to be eaten by vultures.
Fighting Firewater Fictions: Moving Beyond the Disease Model of Alcoholism in First Nations