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wino

Informal a person who habitually drinks wine as a means of getting drunk
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An der Universitat Freiburg beschaftigen sie sich am Beispiel von WiNo damit, wie Wissenschaft besser in die und mit der Region kommunizieren kann.
Ninth Street portrays the interactions of its two main characters, aging winos named Huddie and Bebo (played by Willmott and Don Washington), with the operators of the street's legal businesses-for instance, the owners of a cab stand (Issac Hayes) and a restaurant (blues singer Queen Bey)-as well as the practitioners of its illegal ones, including pimps, prostitutes, and gangsters.
Wino be directing traffic on Sunday morning, that was my favorite thing about the winos, 'cos I didn't want to go to church so I'd hang with 'em.
The consumers are we alcoholics," agrees Patrick Gonzales, a 45 -year-old wino who is undergoing a week of detoxification at a men's shelter on New York's Lower East Side.
He impersonates a tripping hippie, a street wino, a drunk salesman at a convention, a black junkie and many other characters.
The real action was from the police who had just turned up in huge numbers to investigate a wino that had suffered a head injury from an evildoer who ran off.
n, ity wino o esy Chamub uin ownr kes Courtesy of Champagne Club chairman Steve Fluin and part-owners Peter and Bina Munn, Ladbrokes are giving away a lease of 50 per cent of the Nick Savva-trained bitch for the duration of the competition.
Wino is worried Clare who signed to Island Records last year will write songs about their time together and their darkest secrets.
And somewhere in that deep blue sky A sparrow sang a lullaby And on the street a wino crooned So nicely out of tune.
I look like a wino with this bushy white hair and beard and I don't like it at all" - Comedian Billy Connolly.
Heartbroken Wino, 24, is now searching for good homes for the cats.