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hangover

the delayed aftereffects of drinking too much alcohol in a relatively short period of time, characterized by headache and sometimes nausea and dizziness

hangover

[′haŋ‚ō·vər]
(communications)
In television, overlapping and blurring of successive frames opposite to direction of subject motion, due to improper adjustment of transient response.
In facsimile, distortion produced when the signal changes from maximum to minimum conditions at a slower rate than required, resulting in tailing on the lines in the recorded copy.
(medicine)
After effect of excessive intake of alcohol or certain drugs, such as barbiturates.
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And, thanks to overzealous policemen, they won't all be suffering from hang-overs. Smith's though, will linger for a long time because he has seen again how poor his side really are.
Indeed, we were old enough to remember that hang-overs, small children, work and an endless list of various next day commitments do not mix - rather than none of us could put a finger on an exact figure.
The Reds, who held their nerve after recent jitters to defeat Cirencester Town 3-0 and clinch the title on Saturday, will have to recover from their Champagne hang-overs as they trek east today to play Eastern Division champions King's Lynn.