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imbibition

[‚im·bə′bish·ən]
(physical chemistry)
Absorption of liquid by a solid or a semisolid material.
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Now in its eighth year, the Imbibe Personality of the Year awards were set up to shine a light on those making a difference in the hospitality industry.
Now in its eighth year, the Imbibe awards were set up to shine a light on those making a difference in the hospitality industry.
They emulate and imbibe the fashion on screen, so I think that's the kind of relation fashion has with films.
For more information about Imbibe, contact Imbibe at 847.
If you want specialists in other drinks, then according to Imbibe you should head to Smokin' Aces in Bournemouth for whisky and Trailer Happiness in London for rum.
The new facility boasts the largest beverage pilot plant in North America, Imbibe stated.
On this auspicious occasion, I urge all citizens to imbibe wisdom from the valued teachings of Mahatma Gandhi and ensure that Bapu remains alive in our hearts and minds forever.
But one doesn't need to regularly imbibe the brew to share concern over job cuts announced by its owners, Scottish & Newcastle.
Recent studies have suggested that people who consume a glass or two of red wine each day have healthier cardiovascular systems than those who don't imbibe.
In the randomized, double-blinded trial of 52 participants, those given a single dose of the nonselective cannabinoid agonist dronabinol had less postprandial stomach cramping than did those given placebo--freeing up those who imbibe on the real thing to raid the pantry with impunity.
But at least residents - earning enough and with a permit - are allowed to imbibe.
SIPS AND NIBBLES: A new bimonthly drink magazine named Imbibe is on the newsstands with a $4.