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bust (some) suds

1. slang To drink beer. Let's go to the bar and bust some suds.
2. slang To wash dishes. Before I became a chef, I worked in the kitchen of a local restaurant busting suds.
See also: bust, suds

crack some suds

slang To drink beer. Let's go to the bar and crack some suds.
See also: crack, suds

bust (some) suds

 
1. Sl. to drink some beer. (Bust is a nonstandard form of burst. See also crack some suds.) Let's go out and bust some suds. I'm tired of busting suds. Let's play cards.
2. Sl. to wash dishes. (Bust is a non-standard form of burst.) I don't want to spend the rest of my life busting suds. You get into that kitchen and bust some suds to earn your allowance.
See also: bust, suds

crack some suds

Sl. to drink some beer. Let's go out tonight and crack some suds. The guys wanted to watch the game and crack some suds.
See also: crack, suds

bust (some) suds

1. tv. to drink some beer. Let’s go out and bust some suds.
2. tv. to wash dishes. You get into that kitchen and bust some suds to pay for your meal!
See also: bust, suds

bust suds

verb
See also: bust, suds

crack some suds

tv. to drink some beer. Let’s go out tonight and crack some suds.
See also: crack, suds

in the suds

mod. alcohol intoxicated. When Bob is in the suds, he’s mean.
See also: suds

suck (some) brew

and suck (some) suds
tv. to drink beer. Wanna go suck some brew? Let’s go out and suck suds.
See also: brew, suck

suck some suds

verb
See also: suck, suds

suck suds

verb
See also: suck, suds

suds

1. n. beer. How about some suds, Bill?
2. in. to drink beer. How ’bout going out and sudsing for a while?

suds-swiller

n. a beer-drinker. Ted is a suds-swiller and Bill won’t touch the stuff. What strange roommates.
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SUDS COUNTY 2: The Boil Over is being produced by Ibhayi Media in association with Tostie Productions, LLC.
When people with SUDs become unstable, the acute care they received is seen as having been ineffective.
The discourse has dramatically changed from a traditional enforcement-only strategy, sometimes referred to as the 'war on drugs,' to an approach that is balanced and one that recognizes fundamentally that SUD is a disease," said Botticelli, asserting that in the past, people with this disorder were seen as morally deprived rather than sick--a view deep in stigma and misunderstanding.
On the client side, all Suds customers by year-end will be able to monitor their transactions and rewards online by downloading a mobile app.
Medications are often key to treating adolescent ADHD; however, evidence is limited on whether they improve or control comorbid SUD in most cases, Dr.
Researchers have collectively agreed that screening for SUDs is not occurring at an acceptable rate within VR (e.
None of the Suds representatives could be reached by press time.
The definitions of these concepts are presented and considered in the context of the theories and models regarding the etiology and treatment of SUDs that are most pertinent to understanding SUDs and their effects on families (i.
Although the scientific literature examining SUDs treatment outcomes for AIs is extremely limited (a May 2011 search in the PsycInfo bibliographic database exploring the intersection of three designated "major descriptors"--AIs/Addiction/Treatment--yielded just four articles), researchers and clinicians who work in tribal communities routinely deem treatment-as-usual for AIs with SUDs as strikingly ineffective.
This article reviews shared characteristics of ADHD and SUDs and the latest research on the association between the clinical use of stimulants and later development of SUDs.
from the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany, and colleagues compared violent offenders, both with (12) and without SUDs (12), with non-violent men, both with (13) and without SUDs (14).
It is consistent with SUDS, then, that a person could live a life that is intrinsically very good for him and yet a complete disaster for the world.
The identification and treatment of veterans with SUDs is important, as SUDs can have harmful effects on veterans' physical, psychological, and social well-being if left untreated.
More recently, anticonvulsant medications have assumed a greater role in the pharmacologic management of SUD maintenance-phase treatment, At one time, these agents were routinely prescribed for withdrawal states associated with a high risk of seizures, but more recently have been used to impact cognitive, behavioral, and symptomatic dimensions of SUDs.