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From the books  ...  Alcoholics Anonymous (Big Book) and Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions (12 & 12)


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1.
  ... committed.  BB More About Alcoholism, p.35
In a few years he became so violent when intoxicated that he had to be committed.


2.
  ... committed.  BB To Wives, p.110
Doctors may shake their heads and advise you to have him committed.


3.
  ... committed.  BB To Wives, p.114
Perhaps you have a husband who is at large, but who should be committed.


4.
  ... committed a criminal offense which might land ...  BB Into Action, p.78
Perhaps we have committed a criminal offense which might land us in jail if it were known to the authorities.


5.
  ... committed for alcoholic insanity.  BB Bill's Story, p.9
Rumor had it that he had been committed for alcoholic insanity.


6.
  ... committed her husband for drinking; he's my ...  BB How It Works, p.65
Mrs. Jones -- she's a nut, she snubbed me; she committed her husband for drinking; he's my friend; she's a gossip -- personal relationship; self esteem (fear).


7.
  ... committed suicide in my home.  BB Bill's Story, p.16
One poor chap committed suicide in my home.


8.
  ... committed to an institution, but can convince ...  BB To Wives, p.114
If he is already committed to an institution, but can convince you and your doctor that he means business, give him a chance to try our method, unless the doctor thinks his mental condition too abnormal or dangerous.


9.
  ... committed to institutions.  BB To Wives, p.114
For years we have been working with alcoholics committed to institutions.


10.
  ... committed willy-nilly to prisons or asylums, we ...  12&12 Tradition Six, p.157
Watching alcoholics committed willy-nilly to prisons or asylums, we began to cry, "There oughtta be a law!"


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