Although in the examples the drunken man is a fatal choice for his partner, the union between man and alcohol can be seen as strong in the language, as the man even appears in general expressions related to alcohol to drink stronger than a man and to be a man of the booze . This may be due to the fact that alcohol has traditionally been a men's drink – a way to build community and prove one's tolerance for intoxicants. man in some fixed associations; (as the suffix of vars. compound words) sometimes also.
To enjoy liquor stronger than a man. viinamäki Leik. To be one of Australian B2C Email List men of viinamäki , an alcohol user, a rowdy man. However, the man in the booze article probably has the worst fate: in the example, the booze took the man, which means the man either becomes alcoholic or even dies due to the harmful use of alcohol.
The honor of a working man Work opens up a unique arena for the redemption of masculine value, because in Finnish society, a man's value has traditionally been thought to be largely based on how much and well he does his work and what his status is compared to other men. This idea is repeated in the examples of a few word articles in the material. Although it is known that no one is born a blacksmith, in the context of work, men can be valued based on age and experience.
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