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tippler

1. n. a tavern keeper. John is the best tippler this place has ever seen. Tip me another, John.
2. n. a drunkard. Uncle Ben was a tippler—a harmless one. He started drinking at fifteen and has been a tippler ever since.
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Tippler was barred from Liverpool city centre and the Goodison Park area when Everton are playing.
And, against the law and moral decency, shopkeepers and traders are openly selling these drinks to under-age tipplers.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Spares For Power Tippler
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Tenders are invited for Sale Of Wagon Handling System (Tippler I & Tippler II) Available At Dumper House, MOHP.
This is a fantastic business opportunity and will give ELB the exclusive rights to market and sell Heyl & Patterson tipplers in Africa," said Tony Pinto, general manager of business development with ELB.
The tents come complete with sleeping bags and nightlights, and there's a nearby toilet tent if tipplers need to spend a penny or two after downing all that ale.
Spar has some tempting offers for tipplers on the hunt for a cheap and cheerful bottle.
Apparently, we middle-class tipplers must be educated to realise that we are knocking back more than is good for us - and to target us thus is costing pounds 6 million.
So Holloway designed a simple gauge for tipplers to see how much beer they're missing: A half-inch of exposed glass means your pint is a full two ounces short.
The 54 tipplers from Sunniside Social Club were looking forward to getting their smiling faces onto a new TV commercial to spearhead Federation Brewery's first new beer for more than 10 years, Federation Best Scotch.
MAY I address the apparent insanity of the responsible authority in even contemplating spending millions of pounds on a new bridge at Wylam in Northumberland, which would merely provide a faster, safer route to the drinking places of Prudhoe for tipplers to the north of the river?
TIPPLERS were due to be sampling more than 5,000 pints of real beer and wine today at a festival at Coventry City Football Club.
The day after Teen Tipplers hit the news, CASA grudgingly admitted that the proper estimate for the underage share of alcohol consumption is 11.
Making no allowance for the high percentage of tipplers among the racing fraternity, the next gathering of this popular jamboree will take place in a distillery.