Spirits

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List Of Alcohol Laws Of The United States By State - Table - NY-SD
... state Alcohol sale hours Grocery Store Sales Notes Beer Wine Distilled spirits On-premises Off-premises Beer Wine Distilled Spirits New York No 8 am–4 am ... Wine spirits 9 am–midnight Mon–Sat, Noon–9 pm Sunday ... Yes No Off-premises sale of wine and spirits is only at liquor stores, and beer is not sold at liquor stores it must be sold at supermarkets and convenience stores ...
List Of Bartimaeus Characters - Spirits - Other Named Spirits
... He was killed by Roman spirits while trying to protect his beloved master ... Ammet was a powerful spirit mentioned in Ptolemy's Gate ... Unusually among spirits, he served his master Khaba willingly as they shared the same interests and desires ...
Alcohol Consumption - Types - Spirits
... that have an alcohol content of at least 20% ABV are called spirits ... Spirits are produced by the distillation of a fermented base product ... Spirits can be added to wines to create fortified wines, such as port and sherry ...
Juliet Of The Spirits (song) - Track Listing
... Juliet Of The Spirits" (Zoned Out Mix) – 454 "Juliet Of The Spirits" (Dan McKie Vocal Mix) – 817 "Juliet Of The Spirits" (Glenn Morrison Bruce Aisher Mix) – 801 "Juliet Of The ...
The Aldington Gang - The Gang's Activities
... out a landing near Sandgate with 250 men taking part, unloading a galley laden with spirits, tobacco and salt that had been rowed across the Channel from Boulogne and ... The story goes that he found a stash of spirits hidden by the smugglers and with the proceeds of the sale bought his house The Bourne Tap, from where he frequently sold spirits that he had landed ...

Famous quotes containing the word spirits:

    Piety practised in solitude, like the flower that blooms in the desert, may give its fragrance to the winds of heaven, and delight those unbodied spirits that survey the works of God and the actions of men; but it bestows no assistance upon earthly beings, and however free from taints of impurity, yet wants the sacred splendour of beneficence.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    They who have considered our nature, affirm that shame and disgrace are two of the most insupportable evils of human life: the courage and spirits of many have master’d other misfortunes and borne themselves up against them; but the wisest and best of souls have not been a match for these.
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)

    I was glad to have got out of the towns, where I am wont to feel unspeakably mean and disgraced,—to have left behind me for a season the bar-rooms of Massachusetts, where the full-grown are not weaned from savage and filthy habits,—still sucking a cigar. My spirits rose in proportion to the outward dreariness. The towns needed to be ventilated. The gods would be pleased to see some pure flames from their altars. They are not to be appeased with cigar-smoke.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)