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Sobriety dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. Have her take a sobriety test.
  2. Plus early in sobriety I was.
  3. Doc was jarred toward sobriety.
  4. He was starting to return to sobriety.
  5. She made him do the whole field sobriety thing.
  6. Will looked him over, as if to gauge his sobriety.
  7. In an attempt to get the girl back, he found sobriety.
  8. Thereafter, I understood that sobriety was the only way.
  9. I can’t believe she lost her sobriety after so long.
  10. He comforted himself by taking that sobriety for disgust.
  11. This dinner just happened to mark my fourth month of sobriety.
  12. Sobriety, solitude, and poverty—the vow of the knights of old.
  13. Jo had sudden fits of sobriety, and was seen to shake her fist at Mr.
  14. This would be the equivalent of asking Charlie Sheen for tips on sobriety.
  15. Drivers who failed the sobriety tests were subjected to hearings and fines.
  16. The whole purpose of his visit was to present an image of sobriety and decorum.
  17. Scheih Ibrahim, whose sobriety he had never doubted, drinking and singing with.
  18. But no proof, blood alcohol, urine, or field sobriety tests was ever introduced.
  19. The only real difference is in the attire and sobriety of the people caught in it.
  20. In one note she apologized to me for her drinking and said she admired my sobriety.
  21. She wasn’t going to give up seventeen and a half years of sobriety for that asshole.
  22. Boxhall testified to the sobriety and good habits of his superior and brother officers.
  23. I have only slept with one woman in sobriety, who became my therapist as I will discuss.
  24. Wade looked at Hastings, who was seating himself with outer sobriety and inward hilarity.
  25. New instructors, elderly townsmen of unreliable sobriety and disposition, are brought in.
  26. At Christmas 1985, I was very shaky in early sobriety being only a few days out of rehab.
  27. I sat in my car, shocked into sobriety and feeling horrible for what happened that evening.
  28. Sobriety diminishes, discriminates, and says no; drunkenness expands, unites, and says yes.
  29. He hired me years into sobriety after my rehabilitation sentence for a very brief time in an.
  30. Without even asking, God lifted my compulsion to drink and it became my first day of sobriety, 29 August, 1986.
  31. Mam, I’m home, I cried, feigning sobriety, and then cried as she laid sorry eyes on my bedraggled state.
  32. I can still hear them, hissed Mary, attempting to stoke Johnny's emotional sobriety, they're murmuring though.
  33. But let this handmaid of thine be saved in childbearing, and continue in faith, and charity, and holiness, with sobriety.
  34. I eventually lost track of One Shoe, but I still pray that he stayed sober and always had a pair of shoes to wear in his sobriety.
  35. Harvey was there, too, conjecturing in a too-loud voice to a group of animals, leaving no question as to the state of his sobriety.
  36. And as I was completing my second year of sobriety, I was beginning to understand the difference between abstinence and real recovery.
  37. Harvey-Browne, to whom, I suppose, she being a matron of years and patent sobriety, he thought cheery remarks might safely be addressed.
  38. By the time Caesar stumbled into the small barrel-cramped room, Johnny had already set to work undoing his twenty year long sobriety stretch.
  39. As the Senate reconvened in the fall, this was no longer just a Kennedy sobriety issue—some believed it was actually affecting public policy.
  40. It deserves to be remarked, too, that if we consult experience, the cheapness of wine seems to be a cause, not of drunkenness, but of sobriety.
  41. We are strangers from a warring nation whose ways are against a lot of what Islam stands for (modesty, sobriety, sex in marriage only, holiness.
  42. And when February 22 had come and gone without a slip, I decided I was going to be fully committed to my recovery and use that as my sobriety date.
  43. And her timing was perfect—I was really struggling, even though I had literally just celebrated my second full year of sobriety a few days earlier.
  44. The realities of life impose more sobriety upon Orientals than the Westerns usually allow, and this sobriety percolates through their common literature.
  45. But it will be noticed that besides designing his canvases carefully, he usually balanced the vigour and vitality of his form with a great sobriety of colour.
  46. He swigged his wine, was alerted to his fading sobriety, placed the glass at the far end of the little wooden IKEA writing desk, just at the limit of his reach.
  47. There are sentences in everyone’s life when no matter what retraction you give them, in the sour light of the next day’s sobriety they can never be removed.
  48. The doctor wrote that even during her times of sobriety she didn’t seem to have enough insight into her illness to appreciate the repercussions of her drinking.
  49. As I maintained my sobriety, my health continued to improve until, out of nowhere, in the fall of 2014, I developed a bad case of shingles, which was really painful.
  50. A collection in the church Slavonic tongue, Love of Good, or Words and Chapters of Sacred Sobriety, collected from the writings of the Saints and God-inspired fathers.
  51. The Cannery was full of that particular kind of drunk who starts supping as soon as they wake and continue a steady battle against sobriety through all their waking hours.
  52. The avatar of Centron made another motion that could resemble someone giggling, but after looking at Hilderich’s red-faced expression he spoke with much more sobriety:.
  53. Yet, for all his hardy sobriety and fortitude, there were certain qualities in him which at times affected, and in some cases seemed well nigh to overbalance all the rest.
  54. I messed up badly raising Will and Mike with three and one-half years’ sobriety when Dixie died! Mom did give me $5k when Dad’s sister Lillian finally died in Atlanta.
  55. While I had always intended not to drink again after returning from treatment, we were realistic about the challenges to my sobriety on occasions like my father’s birthday.
  56. Taking an anticonvulsant has made a real difference in helping control my moods and especially my agitation, which also helps me maintain my sobriety and my commitment to recovery.
  57. She had a modem spirit that wounded the antiquated sobriety and poorly disguised miserly heart of Fernanda, and that, on the other hand, Aureliano Segundo took pleasure in developing.
  58. Charlotte had been doing this, if all I had heard was true, for the last three years; therefore her stern inquiry addressed to a wife of my sobriety struck me as singularly out of place.
  59. They had evidently been with great pains brought to a state of partial sobriety which would not last long; and goodness knows where they had been brought from, they were not local people.
  60. I gave them the name of an AA friend, 62 years old, with good sobriety, who had expressed to me his interest in working with freshly released alcoholic and/or addicted young prisoners.
  61. Shaking his head to regain control and sobriety he pulled the top of one strap on the unzipped side of the dress up over her head to the other strap pulling the cloth completely off her breasts.
  62. For anyone familiar with Pusser's Rum, that was enough to get him some distance from sobriety in a matter of seconds, the effects of the fumes being somewhat more rapid than absorption through the alimentary route.
  63. But a prayer, meditation, sequence of spiritual facts coming from a place of sobriety and anchored in print or memory, this survives any transition you make into negativity and serves as a lifeline back out toward clarity and balance.
  64. First he had been stripped of absolutely everything he had - his love, his money, his sobriety – then he had, in Fishmael's tall tales of man and mist and fish, been presented with some new world that seemed to hold a promise of escape.
  65. The scout and his companions immediately made their preparations to pass the night there; but with an earnestness and sobriety of demeanor that betrayed how much the unusual horrors they had just witnessed worked on even their practised feelings.
  66. Her nakedness although beautiful was far removed from intoxicated passion that pushed her to pull and grasp them the night before, it was somehow more vulnerable in the sobriety of the morning, more needful of their reassurance than their passion.
  67. The person who had brought him thought that this Sheikh Emin had been touched or afflicted by the teacher of the school and his followers, so he asked him, Why do you do such a thing, although you are known for your sobriety and reasonable behavior?
  68. Over the next couple years, my mother grew increasingly ill—her longest period of sobriety now behind her—and by 1993 we were discussing some more drastic changes in her care, thinking that perhaps it was time for Don Juhl to move in with her for a while.
  69. When the tea began to bump against the door and she went out to help the servant, Ingram put every sign of intending travel neatly away, and by the time Herr Dremmel joined them there was no hint of anything anywhere in the room but sobriety except in Ingeborg's eyes.
  70. He accompanied his conductor into a guard-room, smelling of common wine and tobacco, where certain soldiers and patriots, asleep and awake, drunk and sober, and in various neutral states between sleeping and waking, drunkenness and sobriety, were standing and lying about.
  71. These primitive statesmen, therefore,—Bradstreet, Endicott, Dudley, Bellingham, and their compeers,—who were elevated to power by the early choice of the people, seem to have been not often brilliant, but distinguished by a ponderous sobriety, rather than activity of intellect.
  72. He was in high spirits, doing everything with happy ease, and preeminent in all the lively turns, quick resources, and playful impudence that could do honour to the game; and the round table was altogether a very comfortable contrast to the steady sobriety and orderly silence of the other.
  73. Were the duties upon foreign wines, and the excises upon malt, beer, and ale, to be taken away all at once, it might, in the same manner, occasion in Great Britain a pretty general and temporary drunkenness among the middling and inferior ranks of people, which would probably be soon followed by a permanent and almost universal sobriety.
  74. Shall we deliberate upon this subject with the spirit of sobriety and candor, or with that spirit which has too often characterized our discussions upon occasions like the present? We ought to realize that we are in the presence of that God who knows our thoughts and motives, and to whom we must hereafter render an account for the deeds done in the body.
  75. This interesting class of experiments ought to be resumed, not with the spirit of quackery, or of extravagant expectation, but with the sobriety of philosophical research; and it is more than probable that the nitrous oxyde which is now little more than a subject of merriment and wonder, if properly diluted and discreetly applied, would be productive of valuable effects.
  76. It may be, that standing now clear and free of the world, I had less incitement to be so grippy, and so was thought of me, I very well know; but in sobriety and truth I conscientiously affirm, and herein record, that I had lived to partake of the purer spirit which the great mutations of the age had conjured into public affairs, and I saw that there was a necessity to carry into all dealings with the concerns of the community, the same probity which helps a man to prosperity in the sequestered traffic of private life.
  77. The event here spoken of, was the quartering in the town, after the removal of that well-behaved regiment, the Argyle fencibles, the main part of another, the name and number of which I do not now recollect; but it was an English corps, and, like the other troops of that nation, was not then brought into the sobriety of discipline to which the whole British army has since been reduced, by the paternal perseverance of his Royal Highness the Duke of York; so that, after the douce and respectful Highlanders, we sorely felt the consequences of the outstropolous and galravitching Englishers, who thought it no disgrace to fill themselves as fou as pipers, and fight in the streets, and march to the church on the Lord’s day with their band of music.

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