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For his publications, Hasenclever got multiple criminal sentences, up to one to three months of prison, for crimes such as "publicly encouraging criminal acts", "libel" and "membership in a closed society".

During the preceding libel trial, his wife Lolicia, who later left him, was called as a
Adventurous libation Indulging (TSSALI).

Gradel, 5, 8. In 30 BCE, libation-offerings to the genius of Octavian (later Augustus) became a duty at public and private banquets, and from 12 BCE, state oaths were sworn by the genius of the living emperor.

Lane Fox, 596. This edict now required food sold in the marketplaces to be covered in libation.

As we sat in our plastic chairs, pleasantly fatigued and sipping on the hearty libation, it didn't seem overly optimistic to think that we could someday continue this trip all the way up the coast to China.

BAR PILAR: Hemingway was known to enjoy a frozen libation or twelve in his day, so it's no surprise that a bar dedicated to his legacy would also serve frozen cocktails.

Cider Week NYC, November 6-15 This libation celebration features cider producers from across New York State and elsewhere in the region.

Demand for libation cups and other ornamental carvings made of rhinoceros horn has resulted in a thriving black market and has pushed most species of rhinoceros to the brink of extinction, the indictment said.

In literature, booze has often been referenced on the page, and just as often used by the pen - authors of the beat generation were especially known to enjoy a libation or two.

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