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  • (with Haggle 0) * Buy: 1D * Sell: 5T
  • Hacking reduces the number required by one, and the Clever Inventor Gene Tonic also reduces the number required by one. Requirements can't be reduced to less than one of each ingredient. The Prolific Inventor tonic doubles the number of items invented with each purchase.
  • Alcohol abuse is generally seen as the biggest problem on campus. However, because most GW students do not own cars, alcohol abuse is perhaps not as visible as at other universities where drunk driving is a major concern.
  • liquid that makes us brilliant at everything including driving whilst simultaneously making us irresistible to the opposite sex. --Attributed to Tony in Galway see also Guinnmess
  • Alcohol or alcoholic beverages are drinks served during certain social occasions and/or recreational occasions. Due to the side effects of each drink they are declared off limits to those underage and have been banned altogether during the Prohibition Era (from 1919 to 1933). Though such bans don't prevent individuals from trying to acquire or distribute them.
  • Alcohol, also known as Booze, is a liquid solvent commonly used to rinse out the insides of British actors. It also serves as a propellant mixture, capable of keeping television shows on the air for up to seven years at a time. Its third and most important function is as a disinfectant, for the purposes of killing off any pests or bugs that might cause trouble with the body. See also: Drinking Games.
  • In the Jagged Alliance series, alcohol has both positive and negative effects, depending on the game.
  • This colorless liquid is the secret behind the addictiveness of beers and wine. 200 Proof.
  • Alcohol, in the form of alcoholic beverages, is drunk across Titan, by Humans and other sentient races.
  • Alcohol may stand for different things, depending on what you are revising: * The Alcohols, a homologous series of compounds (Chemistry) * Alcohol (drug), a drug that is in alcoholic drinks
  • ... huh ... wat alcohol? ...
  • Alcohol is a chemical compound used by people for a number of different things. During a zombie apocalypse, it is mostly used as a disinfectant or as an alcoholic beverage.
  • Alcohol is an item that reduces intelligence for 1 turn when used. This represents drinks such as beer, wine, or spirits, which reduce intelligence by 1, 2, and 3 points respectively.
  • Alcohol is one of the best inventions of man-kind, and is also a very fun thing to drink. This is due to the fact that any (and all) wrongdoings that took place while inebriated can be erased via the excuse "if I was drunk, it didn't happen". Lesser known is alcohol's use as a humane implement to pacify terrorist groups like the Irish, Native Americans and The Poor.
  • Alcohol is a colorless volatile liquid formed by the fermentation of sugars which has an intoxicating effect on certain carbon-based life forms, according to the Encyclopedia Galactica. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy also mentions alcohol. It says that the best drink in existence is the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster. It says that the effect of drinking a Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster is like having your brains smashed out by a slice of lemon wrapped round a large gold brick.
  • Shonda Rhimes called alcohol liquid courage. - B
  • Alochol is a human beverage. MNU prohibits the sell of alcohol to non-humans. Alcohol can led to hallucinations, mood swings, and vomiting. Alcohol can only be bought by humans over 18 years of age, it is unknown what is the age limit for non-humans. Alcohol can even cause similar side effects to non humans, except vomititing for non humans is black. Overall most alcohol is sold by the Nigerian gangs or found in garbage by non-humans.
  • Alcohol activates various components of the materials. It is a material item used in Alchemy.
  • There are several different types of alcohol. In the context of beer, however, we are concerned only with ethanol, which is produced by the process of fermentation. In beer's case, it is the fermentation of the sugars in the malt by the yeast that produces the alcohol.
  • Alcohol is a soft drink, similar to Coke, as it is in the same category, that is fed to senior citizens so they can get a better view of the world before they go off dying somewhere from old age or something.
  • Alcohol of various forms has been associated with characters throughout the Lost storyline. Sometimes the effects of alcohol have led to the revealing of interesting plot points, such as the fail-safe discussion and Christian's attempt to visit his daughter.
  • Oxy Pills were shown to fight off the effects of alcohol intoxication and its associated hangover.
  • Controlled drinking can be a way to pass the time, or a way of improving your chances of sitting through one of Ann Coulter's rants without gnawing your arm off. Uncontrolled drinking and getting drunk can lead people to do silly things they will later regret. Alcoholism is an Addiction and like other types of Drug abuse alcoholism wrecks lives.
  • El alcohol ha sido asociado de diversas formas con los personajes a traves del desarrollo de Lost. A veces el bajo los efectos del alcohol los personajes han revelado información del argumento de la serie, tales como la existencia de la llave de emergencia por parte de Kelvin y también la visita frustrada de Christian para ver a su hija.
  • Alcohol's high degree of social acceptance means that it can go unremarked when a would-be assailant pushes alcohol on someone.
  • Alcohol is a combine item featured in Resident Evil Revelations 2.
  • Various forms of alcohol appear in all games of the Fallout series.
  • Alcohol is a recurring item on LOST and has appeared several time both on and off the island.
  • The only alcoholic drink identified in the Bible is wine. Another term is used, strong drink, however this is still to be understood as wine. The NIV uses the term "beer" (i.e. Proverbs 20:1), but this is a loose translation.
  • Alcohol (as with most drinks) is a consumable item that can be procured either through adventuring or a vendor. Unlike other drinks, it does not restore mana. (But see Kungaloosh.) It shares global cooldown with other drinks despite this. Depending on type, alcohol will also occasionally give benefits such as Well Fed. For the most part, alcohol is used purely for recreation (as in real life). If you drink enough alcohol, you will first become "tipsy", then "drunk", and finally "completely smashed"; after enough alcohol, you will vomit. As you continue to drink, other effects will set in to simulate real life drunkenness. While there are many common alcohols, there are also a number of exotic drinks to be had — which this list tries to compile.
  • Alcohols are a family of organic compounds that contain the -OH functional group. In systematic chemical nomenclature alcohols end with the suffix -ol.
  • Alcohol is a flammable substance; outside of chemistry and science, it tends to refer to drinks that contain ethanol. Some agents have a need to stay constantly drunk but don't necessarily need to forget anything. They rely on alcohol for this. There's not much else that can get you drunk, and the supply of Bleepka tends to be limited. Alcohol should not be mixed with Bleeprin products, as the end result is quite explosive.
  • Alcohol, also known as booze, keeps your crew, (specifically, both goons and workers), happy, for other produce, see the other page. Moonshiners can make alcohol.
  • Alcohol is a chemical compound. When ingested by humanoids it can have an intoxicating effect and is popular in many cultures. In an alternate universe encountered by the Stoneship (BC-347) in 2402, alcohol magic could beat, and be beaten by, electrical magic. Black dragons were vulnerable to alcohol magic, although not having any magical affinity to electricity. (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "Alcoholic Massacre, Part I")
  • Alcohol puede referirse a un número de bebidas que contenían etanol y octanol, y tenía efectos alteradores de la mente para las especies orgánicas
  • There is a complex relationship between Alcohol and diabetes. In 1955 Harvard University research suggested in the British Medical Journal that "moderate consumption of alcohol leads to a reduced risk of developing diabetes".However, this is not the final conclusion, and studies have continued to understand the affect of consumption of beverages containing alcohol on people with diabetes. While studies by the American Diabetes Association have found that occasional drinks (not more than 2 drinks a day) by persons with or without diabetes may be ok, it stresses "the importance of individuals and physicians working together to make decisions regarding consumption, whether or not the patient has diabetes." On the other hand, "a Japanese study looking alcohol and the risk of diabetes, compar
  • Alcohol (chemical designation ethyl alcohol or ethanol) was a colorless, liquid chemical, usually the by-product of fermenting sugar. Alcohol could be a powerful psychoactive drug with intoxicating effects on humanoids. The effects of polywater intoxication were similar to those of alcohol. Vulcans didn't drink wine, and in fact were said to have been spared the dubious benefits of alcohol altogether. (ENT: "Breaking the Ice", "Home"; TOS: "The Conscience of the King" ) Alcohol could be used as a coolant or disinfectant. (TNG: "The High Ground" , "Final Mission" ; DS9: "Past Tense, Part I")
  • From [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Alcohol]] or [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Alcohol]] alcohol (modern French alcool), from الكحل (al-kuħl), “‘kohl’”) (by broadening).the etymology is conventionally given as الكحل (al-kuħl), dating to 1672, and has been promulgated by such authorities as Webster's Third New International Dictionary,which traces it through Middle Latin and Old Spanish.It entered English (and other European languages)by an alchemical term, by etymological broadening thence broadening to any distillates, thence narrowing to ethanol specifically.
  • Alcohol is a substance that's usually found in fermented drinks which acts as a depressant, altering one's mood while lessening their inhibitions and causing them to lose their motor coordination. In mainstream Smurfs media, alcoholic beverages tend to appear mostly in the European comics than in the American-made cartoon show due to American sensibilities about children drinking such beverages. Very few comics that were officially published in English, such as "The Clockwork Smurf", feature the Smurfs or any other character drinking alcoholic beverages. However, in the comic book story "Bathing Smurfs", one Smurf did appear to be intoxicated from drinking berry juice.
  • Problem Sleuth is the only character known so far to suffer from hangovers. While under the status of a hangover, Problem Sleuth's Imagination lowers, but it's maximum level remains the same. His Vim however, takes a hit from the loss of steadiness. Hangovers can be removed by drinking coffee, particularly cold coffee, which also may restore some Vim, correcting him to his pre-Hungover state.
  • Alcohol, more properly known as ethanol, is a common chemical substance with the molecular formula C2H5OH. Dubbed 'Holy Water' by teenagers, it is renowned the world over for the unique ability to make the consumer completely retarded. 95% of all internet users are alcoholics, the remaining 5% are alcoholics in denial. Produced by placing sugar, water and yeast in a warm place for several weeks, frequent consumption can lead to memory loss, drunk driving, violence and smelling like the average tramp. Everyone approves of ethanol, except for the straight edge, Mormons and Liars.
  • In chemistry, an alcohol is any organic compound in which the hydroxyl functional group (–OH) is bound to a saturated carbon atom. The term alcohol originally referred to the primary alcohol ethanol (ethyl alcohol), the predominant alcohol in alcoholic beverages. Ethanol can be used as an antiseptic to disinfect the skin before injections are given, often along with iodine. Alcohol based gels have become common as hand sanitizers. Alcohols have applications in industry and science as reagents or solvents.
  • Alcohol is a chemical compound of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. It many of its forms it serves as an intoxicant to humanoids, as such, it has been produced in a variety of manners throughout the galaxy. (TOS novel: The Starship Trap) Federation medical science has developed an anti-intoxicant to either prevent or reverse the effects of alcohol intoxication. (TNG novel: Debtors' Planet and DS9 episode: "Apocalypse Rising") For both the Eeiauoans and Sivaoans and don't care for it. (TOS novel: Uhura's Song)
  • Different species had different reactions to alcohol. Humans and Threllips were known to get drunk after drinking too much alcohol. (AUDIO: Living Legend) This affect was also utilised as a numbing agent for medical procedures, such as dentistry. When the First Doctor was offered some alcohol by the dentist Doc Holliday before a tooth extraction, he said that he never touched the stuff. (TV: The Gunfighters) He repeated his assertion whilst in 17th century Cornwall to Joseph Longfoot. (TV: The Smugglers)
  • Alcohol is one of everybody's favorite things. It's like a magical drink that makes the bad feelings go away, and then slowly destroys your entire life. When you're under 21, alcohol is very very bad. But when you reach that wonderful age, it becomes very very good. It sure makes the holiday season with your family much, much less unbearable. __NOINDEX__
  • Technically, alcohol refers to any of a series of hydroxyl compounds, the simplest of which are derived from saturated hydrocarbons, have the general formula CnH2n+1OH. However, when used generically, typically refers to isopropynol (isopropyl alcohol) or ethanol (ethyl alcohol). Alcohol is used in Special effects makeup as a degreaser, a drying agent, a cleansing agent, an antiseptic, and a solvent.
  • Alcohol is the colloquial name for grain alcohol, or ethanol, a toxic but consumable tasteless, odorless liquid consumed primarily for its intoxicating effect. It is produced by fermenting grain or other edible vegetable material (most commonly grapes, barley, wheat, corn, apples and potatoes) with yeast at a suitable temperature for a period of time. Long term alcohol abuse can lead to cirrhosis of the liver and vitamin B-12 deficiency, along with other complications. Methanol, or wood alcohol, is highly poisonous. Alcohol is habit forming and even casual long term use can lead to alcoholism.
  • In chemistry, an alcohol is any organic compound in which a hydroxyl functional group (-OH) is bound to a carbon atom, usually connected to other carbon or hydrogen atoms. An important class are the simple acyclic alcohols, the general formula for which is CnH2n+1OH. Of those, ethanol (C2H5OH) is the type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages, and in common speech the word alcohol refers specifically to ethanol.
  • Alcohol was usually made through distillation, brewing, and/or fermentation and could be produced using a variety of ingredients, from various grains to fruits and berries, and in unusual cases, solid rock and bacteria aided by a certain type of planetary atmosphere. Some beverages would ferment during storage and thus become alcoholic. Some types of alcohol were aged in specialized casks in order to produce a specific level of quality. Distilled alcoholic drinks were sometimes referred to as hard liquor. Types of alcoholic beverages included, but were not limited to, ale, beer, bourbon, brandy, champagne, cider, gin, liqueur, liquor, malt, mead, rum, tequila, vodka, whiskey, and wine.
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  • (with Haggle 0) * Buy: 1D * Sell: 5T
  • Hacking reduces the number required by one, and the Clever Inventor Gene Tonic also reduces the number required by one. Requirements can't be reduced to less than one of each ingredient. The Prolific Inventor tonic doubles the number of items invented with each purchase.
  • In chemistry, an alcohol is any organic compound in which the hydroxyl functional group (–OH) is bound to a saturated carbon atom. The term alcohol originally referred to the primary alcohol ethanol (ethyl alcohol), the predominant alcohol in alcoholic beverages. Ethanol can be used as an antiseptic to disinfect the skin before injections are given, often along with iodine. Alcohol based gels have become common as hand sanitizers. Alcohols have applications in industry and science as reagents or solvents. Alcohol is often used to treat wounds. It can be used to kill insects. Ethanol is thought to cause harm partly as a result of direct damage to DNA caused by its metabolites. Ethanol's toxicity is largely caused by its primary metabolite, acetaldehyde (systematically ethanal) and secondary metabolite, acetic acid.
  • Alcohol abuse is generally seen as the biggest problem on campus. However, because most GW students do not own cars, alcohol abuse is perhaps not as visible as at other universities where drunk driving is a major concern.
  • liquid that makes us brilliant at everything including driving whilst simultaneously making us irresistible to the opposite sex. --Attributed to Tony in Galway see also Guinnmess
  • Alcohol or alcoholic beverages are drinks served during certain social occasions and/or recreational occasions. Due to the side effects of each drink they are declared off limits to those underage and have been banned altogether during the Prohibition Era (from 1919 to 1933). Though such bans don't prevent individuals from trying to acquire or distribute them.
  • Alcohol, also known as Booze, is a liquid solvent commonly used to rinse out the insides of British actors. It also serves as a propellant mixture, capable of keeping television shows on the air for up to seven years at a time. Its third and most important function is as a disinfectant, for the purposes of killing off any pests or bugs that might cause trouble with the body. See also: Drinking Games.
  • In the Jagged Alliance series, alcohol has both positive and negative effects, depending on the game.
  • This colorless liquid is the secret behind the addictiveness of beers and wine. 200 Proof.
  • Alcohol, in the form of alcoholic beverages, is drunk across Titan, by Humans and other sentient races.
  • Different species had different reactions to alcohol. Humans and Threllips were known to get drunk after drinking too much alcohol. (AUDIO: Living Legend) This affect was also utilised as a numbing agent for medical procedures, such as dentistry. When the First Doctor was offered some alcohol by the dentist Doc Holliday before a tooth extraction, he said that he never touched the stuff. (TV: The Gunfighters) He repeated his assertion whilst in 17th century Cornwall to Joseph Longfoot. (TV: The Smugglers) The various species of Sentarion had a stronger resistance to alcohol than humans. (PROSE: Shakedown) Gallifreyans were more resistant yet. They could easily shrug off the effects of alcohol when they needed to. (PROSE: The Quantum Archangel, PROSE: The Sorcerer's Apprentice, TV: The Girl in the Fireplace) As with humans, however, excessive consumption could produce a hangover. (AUDIO: Slipback) Ginger beer would reduce their ability to tolerate alcohol. (AUDIO: The Kingmaker)
  • Alcohol is the colloquial name for grain alcohol, or ethanol, a toxic but consumable tasteless, odorless liquid consumed primarily for its intoxicating effect. It is produced by fermenting grain or other edible vegetable material (most commonly grapes, barley, wheat, corn, apples and potatoes) with yeast at a suitable temperature for a period of time. Alcohol has several effects on the human body which are noticeable at concentrations as low as 50mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood. Persons who have consumed alcohol have lowered reaction times, they gradually lose their inhibitions, they become drowsy and less coordinated. Alcohol also has an anesthetic effect (and can be used in an emergency, see Airborne). This is due to the combination of alcohol's effect on the brain and the fact that during its processing by the liver it produces highly toxic by-products which also must be processed by the liver. Alcohol can also cause nausea, acute gastric distress and headache, even hours after the alcohol has been consumed. Long term alcohol abuse can lead to cirrhosis of the liver and vitamin B-12 deficiency, along with other complications. Methanol, or wood alcohol, is highly poisonous. Until the advent of modern pharmaceuticals, alcohol was commonly prescribed for many stomach ailments as alcohol also has an antiseptic effect. It was also commonly used as a painkiller. Alcohol is habit forming and even casual long term use can lead to alcoholism.
  • Alcohol may stand for different things, depending on what you are revising: * The Alcohols, a homologous series of compounds (Chemistry) * Alcohol (drug), a drug that is in alcoholic drinks
  • ... huh ... wat alcohol? ...
  • Alcohol is a chemical compound used by people for a number of different things. During a zombie apocalypse, it is mostly used as a disinfectant or as an alcoholic beverage.
  • Alcohol is an item that reduces intelligence for 1 turn when used. This represents drinks such as beer, wine, or spirits, which reduce intelligence by 1, 2, and 3 points respectively.
  • From [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Alcohol]] or [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Alcohol]] alcohol (modern French alcool), from الكحل (al-kuħl), “‘kohl’”) (by broadening).the etymology is conventionally given as الكحل (al-kuħl), dating to 1672, and has been promulgated by such authorities as Webster's Third New International Dictionary,which traces it through Middle Latin and Old Spanish.It entered English (and other European languages)by an alchemical term, by etymological broadening thence broadening to any distillates, thence narrowing to ethanol specifically. * Bartholomew Traheron in his 1543 translation of John of Vigo introduces the word as a term used by "barbarous" (Moorish) authors for "fine powder":the barbarous auctours use alcohol, or (as I fynde it sometymes wryten) alcofoll, for moost fine poudre. * William Johnson in his 1657 Lexicon Chymicum glosses the word as antimonium sive stibium. By extension, the word came to refer to any fluid obtained by distillation, including "alcohol of wine", the distilled essence of wine. * Libavius in Alchymia (1594) has vini alcohol vel vinum alcalisatum. * Johnson (1657) glosses alcohol vini as quando omnis superfluitas vini a vino separatur, ita ut accensum ardeat donec totum consumatur, nihilque fæcum aut phlegmatis in fundo remaneat. The word's meaning became restricted to "spirit of wine" (ethanol) in the 18th century, and was again extended to the family of substances so called in modern chemistry from 1850. According to Rachel Hajar,the classical Arabic term for alcohol is الغول (al-ġūl)or غول (ġūl),as used in Qur’an verse 37:47Arabic),there written غَوْلٌ and transmitted by mis-pronunciation.
  • Alcohol is one of the best inventions of man-kind, and is also a very fun thing to drink. This is due to the fact that any (and all) wrongdoings that took place while inebriated can be erased via the excuse "if I was drunk, it didn't happen". Lesser known is alcohol's use as a humane implement to pacify terrorist groups like the Irish, Native Americans and The Poor.
  • Alcohol is a colorless volatile liquid formed by the fermentation of sugars which has an intoxicating effect on certain carbon-based life forms, according to the Encyclopedia Galactica. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy also mentions alcohol. It says that the best drink in existence is the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster. It says that the effect of drinking a Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster is like having your brains smashed out by a slice of lemon wrapped round a large gold brick.
  • Technically, alcohol refers to any of a series of hydroxyl compounds, the simplest of which are derived from saturated hydrocarbons, have the general formula CnH2n+1OH. However, when used generically, typically refers to isopropynol (isopropyl alcohol) or ethanol (ethyl alcohol). Alcohol is used in Special effects makeup as a degreaser, a drying agent, a cleansing agent, an antiseptic, and a solvent. Alcohol may be used as a solvent in Airbrush makeup, though this must be done with extreme care. Atomizing high concentrations of alcohol can be extremely flamable and should only be done in a well-ventilated, well marked area, that must be kept free of open flame.
  • Shonda Rhimes called alcohol liquid courage. - B
  • Alochol is a human beverage. MNU prohibits the sell of alcohol to non-humans. Alcohol can led to hallucinations, mood swings, and vomiting. Alcohol can only be bought by humans over 18 years of age, it is unknown what is the age limit for non-humans. Alcohol can even cause similar side effects to non humans, except vomititing for non humans is black. Overall most alcohol is sold by the Nigerian gangs or found in garbage by non-humans.
  • Problem Sleuth is the only character known so far to suffer from hangovers. While under the status of a hangover, Problem Sleuth's Imagination lowers, but it's maximum level remains the same. His Vim however, takes a hit from the loss of steadiness. Hangovers can be removed by drinking coffee, particularly cold coffee, which also may restore some Vim, correcting him to his pre-Hungover state. * Problem Sleuth had a Flask of Whiskey hidden under the desk in his office. * Ace Dick had a Cruet of Brandy stashed under the desk in his office as well. * Pickle Inspector had a bottle of Illicit Moonshine in his office. The bottle was too big to fit under his desk. * AD brewed up some Candy Corn Liquor in the still room. This liquor was so potent it granted Pickle Inspector god-like powers in the imaginary universe. * Mobster Kingpin, being diabetic, exclusively drinks Sugar Free Candy Liquor. It was potent enough to grant him demon-like powers in the imaginary universe. * Potent Grain Alcohol fuels Ace Dick's Generator which, in turn, powers his window. * Hatless Man had a bottle of Ink of Squid Pro Quo, but Hysterical Dame swatted it away from him. Problem Sleuth then picked it up and used it to complete his Tectrixcalibur for Sepulchritude, using the ink as a scabbard.
  • Alcohol is a substance that's usually found in fermented drinks which acts as a depressant, altering one's mood while lessening their inhibitions and causing them to lose their motor coordination. In mainstream Smurfs media, alcoholic beverages tend to appear mostly in the European comics than in the American-made cartoon show due to American sensibilities about children drinking such beverages. Very few comics that were officially published in English, such as "The Clockwork Smurf", feature the Smurfs or any other character drinking alcoholic beverages. However, in the comic book story "Bathing Smurfs", one Smurf did appear to be intoxicated from drinking berry juice. Alcohol also appears in the cartoon show crossover "Cartoon All-Stars To The Rescue", but used mostly as a reference when Michael and Corey's father notices that there are a few beers missing in his refrigerator, hinting that Michael's drug problems may also include experimentation with alcohol.
  • Alcohol activates various components of the materials. It is a material item used in Alchemy.
  • Alcohol is one of everybody's favorite things. It's like a magical drink that makes the bad feelings go away, and then slowly destroys your entire life. When you're under 21, alcohol is very very bad. But when you reach that wonderful age, it becomes very very good. It sure makes the holiday season with your family much, much less unbearable. The point is, if you're looking for love, it's right here in the bottle just waiting for you. Go ahead. Have a sip. Just one. You'll liiiiiiiiiike it. We promise. Yeah, there you go. That's the stuff. Dude, now you gotta have more. Try this instead, it's much harder, and it tastes even worse. Chug. Chug. Chug. Anyway, do you wanna go to my apartment later? __NOINDEX__
  • There are several different types of alcohol. In the context of beer, however, we are concerned only with ethanol, which is produced by the process of fermentation. In beer's case, it is the fermentation of the sugars in the malt by the yeast that produces the alcohol.
  • Alcohol (chemical designation ethyl alcohol or ethanol) was a colorless, liquid chemical, usually the by-product of fermenting sugar. Alcohol could be a powerful psychoactive drug with intoxicating effects on humanoids. The effects of polywater intoxication were similar to those of alcohol. Vulcans didn't drink wine, and in fact were said to have been spared the dubious benefits of alcohol altogether. (ENT: "Breaking the Ice", "Home"; TOS: "The Conscience of the King" ) Seemingly contrary to Spock's statement in The Conscience of the King, both Vulcan port and Vulcan brandy were mentioned to exist. Also, T'Pol, Sakonna and Tuvok were all seen to consume alcohol, with T'Pol excusing it as a "small indulgence" due to the anniversary of her joining Enterprise, and Sakonna claiming to respect "cultural idiosyncrasies". Spock himself did later drink Saurian brandy in "Requiem for Methuselah" and Tennessee whiskey in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. Alcohol could be used as a coolant or disinfectant. (TNG: "The High Ground" , "Final Mission" ; DS9: "Past Tense, Part I") In 1957, Stron listed alcohol, frozen fishsticks and the constant threat of nuclear annihilation as the questionable things Humans had to offer. (ENT: "Carbon Creek") When mixed with a theragen derivative, it blocked certain nerve impulses to the brain; such a mixture was used to treat the effects of prolonged exposure to interphase in 2268. (TOS: "The Tholian Web" ) By the 24th century, alcohol was often replaced by synthehol, which carried all the properties of alcohol, but without the deleterious effects. Starfleet replicators were designed with optional programming to produce real alcohol though. (TNG: "Up The Long Ladder" , "Relics" ) Poteen was a traditional Irish alcohol that was quite strong, which continued to be brewed the traditional way by the Bringloidi of Bringloid V. The Klingons had an even stronger drink, chech'tluth. (TNG: "Up The Long Ladder" ) It was impossible for Data to get drunk from alcohol. (TNG: "The Outrageous Okona" ) In 2371, the high alcohol level in Fred Noonan's blood made it difficult for a vascular regenerator to heal his injuries. (VOY: "The 37's") In 2374, a lifeform, having newly stolen Tom Paris' DNA, replicated five alcoholic beverages in USS Voyager's mess hall and became thoroughly intoxicated. (VOY: "Vis à Vis") That year, Quark told Major Kira that people were willing to pay a lot for a glass of burning alcohol referring to flaming cocktails. (DS9: "Honor Among Thieves")
  • Alcohol is a soft drink, similar to Coke, as it is in the same category, that is fed to senior citizens so they can get a better view of the world before they go off dying somewhere from old age or something.
  • Alcohol of various forms has been associated with characters throughout the Lost storyline. Sometimes the effects of alcohol have led to the revealing of interesting plot points, such as the fail-safe discussion and Christian's attempt to visit his daughter.
  • Oxy Pills were shown to fight off the effects of alcohol intoxication and its associated hangover.
  • Controlled drinking can be a way to pass the time, or a way of improving your chances of sitting through one of Ann Coulter's rants without gnawing your arm off. Uncontrolled drinking and getting drunk can lead people to do silly things they will later regret. Alcoholism is an Addiction and like other types of Drug abuse alcoholism wrecks lives.
  • El alcohol ha sido asociado de diversas formas con los personajes a traves del desarrollo de Lost. A veces el bajo los efectos del alcohol los personajes han revelado información del argumento de la serie, tales como la existencia de la llave de emergencia por parte de Kelvin y también la visita frustrada de Christian para ver a su hija.
  • There is a complex relationship between Alcohol and diabetes. In 1955 Harvard University research suggested in the British Medical Journal that "moderate consumption of alcohol leads to a reduced risk of developing diabetes".However, this is not the final conclusion, and studies have continued to understand the affect of consumption of beverages containing alcohol on people with diabetes. While studies by the American Diabetes Association have found that occasional drinks (not more than 2 drinks a day) by persons with or without diabetes may be ok, it stresses "the importance of individuals and physicians working together to make decisions regarding consumption, whether or not the patient has diabetes." On the other hand, "a Japanese study looking alcohol and the risk of diabetes, compared men with different body masses, and discovered a bit of a paradox. Those lean men had a higher risk of developing Type 2 diabetes if they were heavy drinkers. Heavier men, in contrast, had a greater risk of developing Type 2 diabetes if they were moderate drinkers."
  • Alcohol's high degree of social acceptance means that it can go unremarked when a would-be assailant pushes alcohol on someone.
  • Alcohol is a combine item featured in Resident Evil Revelations 2.
  • In chemistry, an alcohol is any organic compound in which a hydroxyl functional group (-OH) is bound to a carbon atom, usually connected to other carbon or hydrogen atoms. An important class are the simple acyclic alcohols, the general formula for which is CnH2n+1OH. Of those, ethanol (C2H5OH) is the type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages, and in common speech the word alcohol refers specifically to ethanol. Other alcohols are usually described with a clarifying adjective, as in isopropyl alcohol (propan-2-ol) or wood alcohol (methyl alcohol, or methanol). The suffix -ol appears in the IUPAC chemical name of all alcohols.
  • Various forms of alcohol appear in all games of the Fallout series.
  • Alcohol was usually made through distillation, brewing, and/or fermentation and could be produced using a variety of ingredients, from various grains to fruits and berries, and in unusual cases, solid rock and bacteria aided by a certain type of planetary atmosphere. Some beverages would ferment during storage and thus become alcoholic. Some types of alcohol were aged in specialized casks in order to produce a specific level of quality. Distilled alcoholic drinks were sometimes referred to as hard liquor. Types of alcoholic beverages included, but were not limited to, ale, beer, bourbon, brandy, champagne, cider, gin, liqueur, liquor, malt, mead, rum, tequila, vodka, whiskey, and wine. The liver, if that species possessed one, was one of the primary organs for processing alcohol, however, excessive alcohol consumption could damage it. While in a being's bloodstream, the drinks could have an effect on that being's cognitive and behavioral functioning, depending on how that particular being processed the alcohol. The symptoms of intoxication included: * Slowed reaction time and weakened motor skills * Lowered inhibitions, which could lead to sexual violence * Impaired cognitive abilities, such as memory and concentration * Slurred speech * Increased confidence * A false sense of warmth Excessive amounts of alcohol, which was dependent on species, could also cause a being to lose consciousness. Various species would process alcohol differently, and thus would be affected in other ways. For example, Devaronians and Zeltrons possessed two livers, and thus could process higher amounts of alcohol. Alcohol would often provoke a depressed mood in Gands. After a being's body processed the alcohol, usually overnight, a being could suffer a temporary condition called a "hangover." Symptoms of a hangover included headache, nausea, dehydration, and sensitivity to light and sound. The severity of the hangover was usually proportionate to the amount of alcohol that the being had consumed prior, though some species would have long hangovers despite the amount.
  • Alcohol is a recurring item on LOST and has appeared several time both on and off the island.
  • Alcohol, more properly known as ethanol, is a common chemical substance with the molecular formula C2H5OH. Dubbed 'Holy Water' by teenagers, it is renowned the world over for the unique ability to make the consumer completely retarded. 95% of all internet users are alcoholics, the remaining 5% are alcoholics in denial. Produced by placing sugar, water and yeast in a warm place for several weeks, frequent consumption can lead to memory loss, drunk driving, violence and smelling like the average tramp. Everyone approves of ethanol, except for the straight edge, Mormons and Liars. Recently, Hippies have been putting ethanol in their cars instead of Gasoline because they have been smoking too much weed to realize what they are wasting in vast quantities.
  • The only alcoholic drink identified in the Bible is wine. Another term is used, strong drink, however this is still to be understood as wine. The NIV uses the term "beer" (i.e. Proverbs 20:1), but this is a loose translation.
  • Alcohol (as with most drinks) is a consumable item that can be procured either through adventuring or a vendor. Unlike other drinks, it does not restore mana. (But see Kungaloosh.) It shares global cooldown with other drinks despite this. Depending on type, alcohol will also occasionally give benefits such as Well Fed. For the most part, alcohol is used purely for recreation (as in real life). If you drink enough alcohol, you will first become "tipsy", then "drunk", and finally "completely smashed"; after enough alcohol, you will vomit. As you continue to drink, other effects will set in to simulate real life drunkenness. While there are many common alcohols, there are also a number of exotic drinks to be had — which this list tries to compile.
  • Alcohol is a chemical compound of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. It many of its forms it serves as an intoxicant to humanoids, as such, it has been produced in a variety of manners throughout the galaxy. (TOS novel: The Starship Trap) Federation medical science has developed an anti-intoxicant to either prevent or reverse the effects of alcohol intoxication. (TNG novel: Debtors' Planet and DS9 episode: "Apocalypse Rising") In 2365, Kori, a youngster who lived in The Armada, brewed grain alcohol, using quadrotriticale, in a still he had built using components from a Romulan missile he and his brother had found. (TNG comic: "Space Seeds") For both the Eeiauoans and Sivaoans and don't care for it. (TOS novel: Uhura's Song)
  • Alcohols are a family of organic compounds that contain the -OH functional group. In systematic chemical nomenclature alcohols end with the suffix -ol.
  • Alcohol is a flammable substance; outside of chemistry and science, it tends to refer to drinks that contain ethanol. Some agents have a need to stay constantly drunk but don't necessarily need to forget anything. They rely on alcohol for this. There's not much else that can get you drunk, and the supply of Bleepka tends to be limited. Alcohol should not be mixed with Bleeprin products, as the end result is quite explosive.
  • Alcohol, also known as booze, keeps your crew, (specifically, both goons and workers), happy, for other produce, see the other page. Moonshiners can make alcohol.
  • Alcohol is a chemical compound. When ingested by humanoids it can have an intoxicating effect and is popular in many cultures. In an alternate universe encountered by the Stoneship (BC-347) in 2402, alcohol magic could beat, and be beaten by, electrical magic. Black dragons were vulnerable to alcohol magic, although not having any magical affinity to electricity. (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "Alcoholic Massacre, Part I")
  • Alcohol puede referirse a un número de bebidas que contenían etanol y octanol, y tenía efectos alteradores de la mente para las especies orgánicas
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