In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1fumadero de opio masculine
- Aspiring writers always thought booze and dope would inspire them, imagined themselves like Hemingway or Hubert Selby or Poe in his opium den.
- In the smoggy London streets of 1888, Aberline is dragged from his favourite opium den to investigate the bloody slaying of a prostitute.
- Late one evening, as Dorian was leaving an opium den, a drunken woman called him ‘Prince Charming.’
- He was brought home from an opium den earlier this evening.
- Constable White rubbed his hands together and stamped each foot briskly as he tried to keep himself warm, standing dutifully at the broken door into the raided opium den.
- At various points in the term I was convinced that it was either a strip club, an opium den, or a seedy gun shop.
- Dorian becomes increasingly anxious and fearful that someone might discover his secret, and goes to an opium den to try to erase his bad feelings.
- An indiscreet staircase lead upstairs and a dark staircase led downstairs, most likely to an opium den.
- Okay, so it was not a Cairo opium den, but to a boy from a Midlands market town it was almost dangerously exotic.
- The added chapter includes Dorian's visit to an opium den.
- As he is about to enter the other opium den, James grabs him.
- Once famous for brothels, bars and opium dens, the area has been taken over since the 1960s by design and technology companies, and public relations industries.
- You are to go out into Cassent, into all the taverns, inns, lodging houses and opium dens that you can find.
- They were more likely to be found in the teahouses or opium dens.
- In an effort to stem the tragedy, the imperial government made opium illegal in 1836 and began to aggressively close down the opium dens.
- Without a consistent supply, there could be no crackhouses, opium dens, coffee houses or heroin shooting galleries.
- His first major poem as a teenager was about a boy dying of addiction in a Chinese opium den.
- By 1930, the number of legal opium dens had been reduced to just 837.
- Freely minted gold coins would clink on the counter of brothels and, if you please, opium dens.
- By June 1959, some 900 previously licensed opium dens had been closed down.
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