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  • n  rum cut with water

  • The reconstructed Phrygian grog was a lovely drink, McGovern dreamily recalls, "with a saffron taste that caught at the back of the throat and drew you back for more.
  • The British were having a marvelous time in Kabul back in 1841: horse races, picnics, amateur theatrics (something British expats indulge in wherever they go) and lot of good grog .
  • Any one injured or deprived of his means of support as a result of another person's intoxication could apply for damages not only from the grog seller, but from the grog seller's .

  • Michael Daley in AFP
    If you're one of these fools that can't handle their grog and likes to go out and ruin other people's nights, make yourself a New Year's resolution to grow up and behave yourself and start practising that on New Year's Eve,police minister...
  • John Howard in Melbourne Herald Sun
    The important thing is to get into the communities to stop grog, to stop drugs, to stop pornography getting into the communities, to stop child abuse, and it will be necessary to have those mechanisms in place until the objectives are... Peter Costello The Age Jun 27, 2007 43899 60184 grog But Mr Howard said the NT Government's proposals to stamp out the rivers of grog" were not satisfactory.

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