• With improved technologies as an additional booster, never has there been so much drinkable supply to slake a barely growing overall thirst.

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  • But let's drink to slake our thirst, not to drown our angst.

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  • Most importantly, perhaps 60% of African drinkers slake their thirst with homebrew rather than branded booze, so there is plenty of room to upgrade.

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  • Oh, and I would sling bottles of water, sodas and ICE COLD beer to slake the thirst of what I hoped would be a big crowd.

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  • Television footage of Mr Ocalan pleading for his life and renouncing his demands for Kurdish autonomy (let alone independence), may have begun to slake the public thirst for vengeance.

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  • China has a huge thirst for energy that it will slake from as many wells as it can, with planned big increases in wind power and in gas as well as the nuclear build-out and ever more coal-fired plants.

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  • We gadget nerds have to endure unspeakable atrocities in order to slake that early adoption jones: first-run gear shipped DOA, buggy pre-release software, and months of waiting after a product leaks only to be greeted by a jacked-up price premium at launch.

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