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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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Her lawyer had said: "It is outrageous a witness thinks he can go to a party the night before then not turn up because he is too hungover.
That's five million people - and the top reasons for ducking work are feeling hungover, having a job interview, or just feeling that they can't be bothered to drag themselves into the office, the study shows.
But she said it's not just the hungover masses making use of the new service - in fact, it's mainly people who are just keen to enjoy their favourite takeaway in their PJs.
This week, Lee's hungover dad Frank is kipping on the sofa.
Greg Bartlett believes that eating a pound of cow's tripe poached in milk and onions with bread and butter before festive drinking does not make you hungover the next day, the Mirror reported.
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But she got more than she bargained for last weekend when one Brit was too hungover to perform, another forgot his two forms of identification and a third claimed he couldn't make it out of his driveway.
Summary: Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen has brushed aside speculation that he was drunk or hungover on a radio programme.
Hosted by Tim Shaw and Kate Lawler, the show's jingle ran: "If you're hungover from the night before, listen to Tim and Kate".
It's no myth that your hangovers get worse as you get older, and if you want some relief from that pounding headache and nausea, check out hungover.
The PruHealth poll also revealed 16 per cent of Welsh workers turn up hungover once a month or more; eight per cent admit they are worse for wear at their desk at least once a fortnight, the same as the UK average; and, astonishingly, one per cent of those asked held their hands up to suffering the shakes every single day.
Get hungover and ignore nagging voices inside your head and out.