alcohol


alcohol
01. People under 21 years of age are not allowed to buy [alcohol] in this state.
02. Her father was an [alcoholic] for many years, but was finally able to quit, and hasn't had a drink in over 12 years.
03. When people talk about drug abuse, they never seem to include [alcoholism], which is probably the most common form of drug abuse in our society.
04. Police believe that [alcohol] was a factor in the accident which claimed two lives over the weekend.
05. The [alcohol] content in most beers is about 5 percent.
06. I hope you won't be drinking any [alcohol] if you are going to be driving.
07. The driver of a car which was in a serious accident took a breathalyzer test, and showed an [alcohol] level well over the limit.
08. We have a vodka punch for the adults as well as a non-[alcoholic] punch for the kids.
09. Too many car accidents in this country are due to people drinking [alcohol], and then driving.
10. Many natural remedies consist of a medicinal herb in an [alcohol] base.
11. People who have dry skin should avoid cosmetics which have [alcohol] in them.
12. Winston Churchill once said "I have taken more good from [alcohol] than [alcohol] has taken from me."
13. McDonald's restaurants in some European countries serve [alcohol].
14. Studies show that about 25 percent of [alcoholics] are women.
15. Studies show that about 24 percent of [alcoholics] die in accidents, falls, fires or suicides.
16. Recent studies suggest that drinking moderate amounts of [alcohol] is actually good for one's health, perhaps because of its ability to reduce stress.
17. The majority of cars built in Brazil are adapted to use [alcohol] as fuel.
18. Dylan Thomas once suggested that an [alcoholic] is someone you don't like who drinks as much as you.

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