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  • "I'm sure the fans will be pretty boozed up.
  • During my visit, it's a hometown boozed up on sports.
  • What did they think they were doing, boozed up and running through the streets?
  • I do know that if a person is not sedated and boozed up, they will be more physical to stop being anally raped.
  • The Police Department has had serious problems involving brutality and racism and officers getting boozed up while off duty and acting like world-class jerks.
  • What I did was far less harmful than a bartender getting you boozed up and then letting you out on a highway where you might kill someone.
  • Airline pilots are not taxi drivers, soon they will be flying a couple of thousand souls and I d like to know they aren t banging cocktail waitresses and slugging booze up there.
  • If PatGallacher had any contact with either the Dialectic, or the Phil and the Hist, he / she would know that rather a lot of their activities are based around'booze ups '.
  • It is here that Blair and John McBain finally find Todd boozed up, drugged, naked, and in bed with a prostitute named Kandi who claims she had been partying with him for weeks.
  • I think this comes down to simple snobbishness .'GU Dialectic has a lengthy history and organise some sort of intellectual activity, not just a booze up once a term, several student clubs at GU do more than that '.
  • Two planeloads of Northern Ireland residents, many of them drunk after watching a hotly contested soccer match in Glasgow, Scotland, arrived home a day late Monday after airlines pilots decided they were too boozed up to fly, airport officials said.
  • Zyuganov also said he could not understand why the trustworthy government of Primakov could not obtain money from the West, while Yeltsin, Chernoyrdin and their teams had " boozed up the billions of marks ( dollars ), " previously received from Germany.
  • Londoners are far more likely to be boozed up, " loved up " on Ecstasy or, increasingly, coked up than their American cousins, abusing drugs with a candor that would get you fired in New York, where the days of the three-martini lunch are over.