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hooch

, hootch
Informal chiefly US and Canadian alcoholic drink, esp illicitly distilled spirits

Hooch

, Hoogh
Pieter de . 1629--?1684, Dutch genre painter, noted esp for his light effects
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Dyfed Thomas, prosecuting, said both men were initially chatting and watching the game without incident and both were intoxicated on "prison hooch".
This is the third hooch tragedy in Bihar since the state government imposed a total ban on alcohol.
Figures released under the Freedom of Information Act show authorities have taken almost 6,500 pints of hooch from inmates throughout the prison network over the past four years.
It said: "Security searching had yielded several considerable finds: 350 litres of hooch had been found over the Christmas period alone and there had been a recent find of an estimated PS40,000 worth of assorted drugs."
Medical chart abstractions (30) and interviews (30) were conducted for patients in Mississippi (29), Oklahoma (1) and Texas (1) to obtain information on hooch exposure, clinical signs and symptoms, medical management, and patients' understanding of botulism.
The HOOCH App helps members find close to 400 venues in nine markets in the US and internationally.
But as soon as she left the house Hooch, 11, stuck his head in the trash and got his paws on the tasty treat.
Hooch was attacked while walking with his owners Karen Forster and Dean Lowden.
Jen, who handles Hooch, worked to get him to run to the end of the dock but instead of a graceful, fully stretched-out leap, he'd hop straight up into the air and cover about four feet.
She has been booked by the authorities in the past for selling hooch in the area.
Hooch is a big lad, so he will need an owner who is prepared for that and can give him the attention he needs.