• Beer, whiskey, rum and brandy are frequently consumed by both locals and non-locals.
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  • For example, the winner of the marathon at the 1904 Games, Thomas Hicks, was given strychnine and brandy by his coach.
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  • Several mostly intact cases of whisky and brandy left behind in 1909 were recovered in 2010, for analysis by a distilling company.
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  • Several mostly intact cases of whisky and brandy left behind in 1909 were recovered in 2010, for analysis by a distilling company.
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  • She had then heard a rumour that a mob from Oldham were planning to storm the track at Eccles to attack the Duke of Wellington, and decided to remain in the vicarage.) Huskisson was moved to the sofa, and given laudanum and brandy.
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  • Sheppard was arrested a third time at Blueskin's mother's brandy shop in Rosemary Lane, east of the Tower of London (later renamed Royal Mint Street), on 23 July by Wild's henchman, Quilt Arnold.
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  • The fine gentleman of the play, drinking his mistress's health in Nantes brandy from six in the morning to the time he waddled upon the stage in the evening, had toasted himself up to such a pitch of vigour, I confess I once gave Amanda for gone.
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  • There mourners who came to recite kaddish could purchase a piece of sponge cake and small glass of brandy for ten cents (today $2.60).
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