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Drinks By Jacques Straub
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The author of this book was wine steward of The Blackstone, Chicago Formerly of The Pendennis Club, Louisville. The book contains more than 700 accurate directions for mixing various kinds of... More > popular and fancy drinks served in the best hotels, clubs, buffets, bars and homes of the civilized world. The introductory chapter on Wines tells of their medicinal value; when and how to serve them; the kinds and styles of glasses to use, and other information of importance to users of wines and liquors.< Less
Drinking By Richard Ashdowne
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TTBB arrangement (with my original English translation) of the traditional Rhineland drinking song, Rheinweinzecher. If desired, this piece would be ideal for a solo bass accompanied by a small group... More > of other singers.< Less
Drinking By Richard Ashdowne
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TTBB arrangement (with my original English translation) of the traditional Rhineland drinking song, Rheinweinzecher. If desired, this piece would be ideal for a solo bass accompanied by a small group... More > of other singers.< Less
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ÉMILE ZOLA Drink The early days of Émile Edouard Charles Antoine Zola were sordid and unromantic. He was born at Paris, on April 2, 1840, his father dying while the son was quite young,... More > and leaving his family no legacy except a lawsuit against the municipality of the town of Aix. And it was at Aix, which figures in many of his novels under the name of "Plassans," that Zola received the first part of his education. Later he went to Paris and Marseilles, but failed to get his degree. A period of terrible poverty followed, Zola existing as best he might in a garret at Paris, and employing his hours in writing. Towards the beginning of 1862 he obtained a position as clerk in a publishing house at a salary of a pound a week. Two years after his first novel, "Contes à Ninon," appeared. The book was only moderately successful, but attracted sufficient attention to justify Zola in abandoning clerking, and taking seriously to literature.< Less
LNV 1988 - 2013 By we'll drink to that!!
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Leadership Napa Valley - A Commemorative Look Back 1988-2013
Drink By Giancarlo Tramutoli
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Alcohol - to Drink or Not to Drink By Charles Young
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Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging: and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise.” Proverbs 20:1 Are you deceived? What is the deception? This book may help you make good decisions about... More > drinking.< Less
Drinking games By Paul Neal
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Do you get tired of playing the same games at every party? This book is perfect for you! It includes 120 amazing drinking games put together in a small, easy to carry book. Enjoy 6 different game... More > types (card, dice, vocal, etc.) plus an entire rule section for games that require rule making. Build a Beerpong provides over 100,000 different ways to play the infamous game of beerpong. Come be the life of the party!< Less
Drinks of the World By James Mew & John Ashton
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One hundred illustrations. From the Cradle to the Grave we need drink, and we have not far to look for the reason, when we consider that at least seventy per cent, of the human body is composed of... More > water, to compensate the perpetual waste of which, a fresh supply is, of course, absolutely necessary. This is taken with our food (all solid nutriment containing some water), and by the drink we consume. But, as the largest constituent part of the body is fluid, so, naturally, its waste is larger than that of the solid ; this fluid waste being enormous. Besides the natural losses, every breath we exhale is heavily laden with moisture, as breathing on a cold polished surface, or a cold day by condensing the breath, will show ; whilst the twenty-eight miles of tubing disposed over the surface of the human body will evaporate, invisibly, two or three pounds of water daily. Of course, in very hot weather, or after extreme exertion, this perspiration is much more, and is visible. To remedy this loss we must drink.< Less
Smoking and Drinking By James Parton
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: James Parton (February 9, 1822 – October 17, 1891) was an... More > English-born American biographer who wrote books on the lives of Horace Greeley, Aaron Burr, Andrew Jackson, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and Voltaire.Parton was born in Canterbury, England, in 1822. He was taken to the United States when he was five years old, studied in New York City and White Plains, New York, and was a schoolmaster in Philadelphia and then in New York. He moved to Newburyport, Massachusetts, where he died on October 17, 1891.Parton was the most popular biographer of his day in America. Parton's nonfiction combined elements of novel writing, which made his books quite popular. Excerpt from:< Less

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