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  • It was around this time that she also developed a serious problem with alcohol.
  • Under its terms, states were allowed to set their own laws for the control of alcohol.
  • More may be seen in the article the Long-term effects of alcohol.
  • During this they broke windows of a local hotel accused of serving alcohol.
  • The liver can process only a certain amount of alcohol per unit time.
  • It contains very little alcohol, so even children can drink it.
  • She continued to travel around the nation, speaking out against drug and alcohol abuse.
  • Rules about how alcohol is sold vary greatly from state to state.
  • High rates of suicide also occur in those who have alcohol-related problems.
  • This is primarily due to the cost of food and alcohol.
  • Long-term misuse of alcohol can cause a wide range of mental health problems.
  • These are typically blood alcohol content limits for the operation of a vehicle.
  • Alcohol has a long history of use and misuse throughout recorded history.
  • The alcohol laws of South Carolina are part of the state's history.
  • Thirty-three fish specimens preserved in alcohol were not sent and were later lost.
  • Thus, when a person drinks too much alcohol, more alcohol can reach the heart.
  • However, he seemed to have some problems with father complex, close relationships and alcohols.
  • They also believe alcohol is necessary at any social event as it helps conversations start.
  • Several tools may be used to detect a loss of control of alcohol use.
  • There has been some links between those prone to violence and their alcohol use.
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Meaning of alcohol

  • noun A liquor or brew containing alcohol as the active agent
    alcohol (or drink) ruined him
  • noun Any of a series of volatile hydroxyl compounds that are made from hydrocarbons by distillation