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    1. Sam proceeded down the stone corridor to the sunlounge, where Tatania was dancing by herself with a gin in one hand, looking very pleased with herself

    2. Thus, the sun being well and truly over the yardarm, and with myself in a state of cleanliness to match the house, I had taken a tumbler out of the cupboard and reached for the bottle of gin … two generous gins and tonic later, I felt less stressed, the alcohol casting a welcome numbness over my violin-strung emotions

    3. ‘I finished that bottle of gin first

    4. The king stand in front of a television watching the news in his jammies, a gin and tonic in one hand, the remote in the other

    5. for the silence of crowds and a bloody great gin,

    6. England’s green and pleasant land is no exception, with every home an entertainment gin palace, where businesses thrive and prosper in the information age, and where the electronically dispossessed watch the valves and fuses of their analogue existence slowly burn down towards a state of mass extinction

    7. It was still easier to pour the tonic and the gin

    8. He felt too summery for Granddad on the rocks, instead he poured a big glass and made it light on the gin

    9. He thought about saying that this war may provoke settlement of this region, but decided he didn't want to argue with her, worked on his gin and tonic instead

    10. I sip my gin and tonic, playing for time, but I might as well have not bothered

    11. every home an entertainment gin palace, where businesses thrive

    12. Can I have a gin and tonic, please?’ I said, following him to the bar

    13. Wine, beer, champagne and gin flowed as if in fountains, and it wasn't simply the well-connected and well-heeled in attendance

    14. shabby--compounded some hot mixture in a jug with gin and lemons, and

    15. As long as it’s on the government’s tab, I’ll have a gin and tonic

    16. Like before, he offered some to Hilderich who again politely refused, but did not resort to his small flask of gin

    17. What I wouldn’t give to drink a nice Vodka or gin fresh out of an ice shaker in that little cavity

    18. gin on the month that the Lord passed over the Jews’ sons and

    19. was his thing--the game either gin rummy or poker

    20. She had fallen asleep while nursing a glass of gin and tonic, dangling from one limp hand

    21. Norvel Morris was a typical Aussie/Brit with fondness for gin

    22. The three of us walked in with one-half gallon of gin the night that BB King cut a live LP

    23. He was tall, obese, had a stupid looking comb over, and drank far too much gin

    24. Stir gin and vermouth over ice cubes in a mixing glass

    25. Delicious! Before we decided on vodka and soy sauce we tried several other ways of marinating them, white wine, soy sauce alone, vodka or gin alone, and a few other mixtures, but settled on soy sauce and vodka

    26. ” As it turns out we have seen this phenomenon a number of other times from different locations (once actually in Alaska) and without the rum or gin

    27. A little dinner, some Thunderbird and gin on ice, a little music, and then— Whammo! The Reveal

    28. Interpretation: The Ace of Wands is all about creative insight, new gin

    29. “A gin tonic would be fine

    30. He made a gin tonic quickly and began to smoke

    31. His second gin tonic

    32. Pathetic man, but I’ll still hate to see him go, good old guy, likes the girls and gin more than I do

    33. He sat on his couch, the long day, the trains back and forth, he drank a gin tonic, and watched the state television

    34. what time, drinking copious amounts of local gin and

    35. Finally as the hydro neared harvest I had it out with her which included her throwing a half full bottle of gin at my head just missing it putting a huge hole in the wall

    36. have never had anything except a gin bar to gouge it out of

    37. picks and gin bars lay on the floor

    38. It’s a poor man’s gin and tonic

    39. A year later, in 1793, Carey left for India, but Eli Whitney perfected the cotton gin

    40. gin), that is God

    41. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism asked for $102,000 for a project that included an experiment to see if sunfish that drink tequila are more aggressive than sunfish that drink gin

    42. Inside there was a bottle of Gin

    43. the Gin - poured a drink, and sat back on the bed

    44. Once I'd had another Gin and tonic

    45. “I’m fine, thank you,” Margo replied, quickly covering the dregs of her gin and tonic with her hand

    46. Katie’s arrival with Thomas’s gin and tonic and their salad

    47. By the end of the tour, his haul consisted of the contents of the officers’ mess, the galley and its store-room; alcohol alone amounted to fifty cases of white wine, as many again of red, a dozen or so bottles each of brandy, gin and scotch and a sizeable consignment of beer

    48. gin and tonic on the rocks myself

    49. I'll have a gin and tonic, please

    50. Max approached the bar and ordered a gin and tonic

    1. Court felt so ginned up to whip this arrogant Frederick that he was ready to bite through a crow bar

    2. Wonbo and I did a piece where we interviewed evangelical pastors—whose faces and voices we agreed to alter in order to protect their identities—who had secretly become atheists but hadn’t yet ginned up the courage to tell their flocks

    1. ginning of the end

    2. ginning must have an end

    3. ginning, but become a hindrance in the end

    4. ginning to leave his muscles, though he knew that there would be a price to pay

    5. ginning and origination of all things conscious and not conscious

    6. ginning of his inception into the human race

    7. ginning and he also turned up with a pair of queens on the turn

    8. ginning to gain more attention

    9. ginning and end, dwelling in the Soul that rules all beings the most

    10. ginning of the chapter that he would elaborate and demonstrate to him

    11. ginning, because of the way our bones need to be stacked for bal-

    12. ginning skiers need the easier snow, but also so that all the other

    13. ginning of my bonus years, it was the fall of 19-hun-

    14. ginning little skier soon found that he did not have the

    15. True , ide a s we re be ginning to cha nge e ve n the n

    16. Will Benteen sat on the front steps at Scarlett’s feet in the pleasant sunshine of the early autumn afternoon and his flat voice went on and on languidly about the exorbitant costs of ginning the cotton at the new gin near Fayetteville

    17. Bibb avowed his opposition to the principle and details of the bill, and moved to strike out as much as provided for renewing Whitney's patent right to the machine for ginning cotton

    18. The Legislatures of Tennessee and the two Carolinas purchased, during the term of Whitney's late patent, the right of using in those States his invention for ginning cotton

    1. Thus, the sun being well and truly over the yardarm, and with myself in a state of cleanliness to match the house, I had taken a tumbler out of the cupboard and reached for the bottle of gin … two generous gins and tonic later, I felt less stressed, the alcohol casting a welcome numbness over my violin-strung emotions

    2. 5 The proud have hid a snare for me, and cords; they have spread a net by the wayside; they have set gins for me

    3. 9 Keep me from the snares which they have laid for me, and the gins of the workers of iniquity

    4. gins to change, it will peal the upper atmosphere off the

    5. Even the annual trip to Spain with the kids was a nightmare, but at least that had someone on board who served gins and tonic, and there were sick-bags in the seat in front

    6. gins to guide even before the emergence of virtuous inclinations within

    7. Robbie went to the bar and fixed two stiff gins and tonic with ice and even found

    8. And about this time the sun was rising, and this was another mercy to Christian; for you must note, that though the first part of the Valley of the Shadow of Death was dangerous, yet this second part which he was yet to go, was, if possible, far more dangerous; for from the place where he now stood, even to the end of the valley, the way was all along set so full of snares, traps, gins, and nets here, and so full of pits, pitfalls, deep holes, and shelvings down there, that, had it now been dark, as it was when he came the first part of the way, had he had a thousand souls, they had in reason been cast away; but, as I said just now, the sun was rising

    9. You, too, the real blood of which I am but the base imitation, what a blind young thing you were as to possibilities! I say in all earnestness that it is a shame for parents to bring up their girls in such dangerous ignorance of the gins and nets that the wicked may set for them, whether their motive be a good one or the result of simple indifference

    10. Is it necessary to show that the right which was exclusive during the patent, is now the common right of all? It will be admitted that every man in the United States has at this moment as perfect a right to erect gins on Whitney's plan, as to build a house or make any implement of agriculture

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