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wino

Informal a person who habitually drinks wine as a means of getting drunk
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Speaking on the TV show 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' Keith said, "I got working with Steve Jordan and the X-pensive Winos and, well, when inspiration hits...!"
Michael Mansfield QC said brutal thug John Bowden was involved in a series of attacks which involved "carving up homosexuals and winos".
Michael Mansfield QC, whose high profile cases include the inquests into the deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Jean Charles de Menezes, said his accusation that John Bowden was involved in a series of murders which involved "carving up homosexuals and winos" was a "mistaken recollection".
But the problem here is that the vandalism takes place mainly during the hours of dusk and darkness, when the winos, drug abusers and teenage gangs congregate.
Winos all./The budgies of Swaledale: purveyors of/girdles.
Goldfinger must have asked the same question before creating his new diet book for winos: The Wine Lover's Healthy Weight Loss Plan ($16.95, McGraw Hill).
Our country is shaken erratically like a group of winos during
She said: "I sketch all the designs and write all the poems myself and have now developed a whole range called The Winos."
I would be very much in support of the plans if it helped alleviate the problem of winos in the town.But I don't think I would support any plans which would supersede street cafe licences - Riaz Hameed, chairman of PubWatch
One shopkeeper claims roving gangs of winos in Drogheda are terrifying his staff and scaring away customers.
A video, Weiwei (track), Xiamen 2002, shows a part of the city that looks older and poorer than the campus, with a railroad track apparently used by locals (especially winos) as a footpath or hangout.
Perhaps, in the unlikely event of Paul ever being able to find a soulmate, I could get bevvied up one night with a few winos and visit upon her the fate that befell the unfortunate air stewardess."