Alcohol, the leading cause of liver disease, the only cause of drunk driving and a leading cause of a whole laundry list of social problems, seems a prime candidate for criminalization.
Jonathan Richman, among others, spent his prime writing this kind of slyly humorous yet evocative music.
Croft and Wilmore stood side by side and watched Protheroe and FitzWilliam check the flints then load and prime both pistols.
When the time came to pay we were expected to cough up the same amount as if we had had consumed a far more expensive cut of prime meat.
The former nursing home occupies a prime site in what is one of Sheffield's wealthiest neighbourhoods and there is likely to be high demand and high prices for any new housing in the area.
‘It's hard when somebody dies in the prime of their life, in such a sudden and unexpected way,’ said Mrs Magson.
He was well past his prime , but quite venerable.
The goat's horn thus stands as a representation of the elemental energies of the earth, the prime matter from which the alchemical process begins its quest for the transformation of gold.
A public meeting is to be held to discuss fears over plans to build fast food outlets, a cinema and bowling alley on a prime seafront site in Cleveleys.
In English, the beginning letters of the target and prime are always on the left side of the character string.