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Synonyms for ecstasy

Synonyms for ecstasy

Synonyms for ecstasy

a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion

a state of elated bliss

street names for methylenedioxymethamphetamine

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London, Nov 22 ( ANI ): Ecstacy - the dance drug - helps people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) benefit more from psychotherapy, researchers say.
Market a good guide Ralph Beckett sprang a surprise in this race last year with 14-1 winner Agony And Ecstacy and runs the unfancied Hayaku today.
INSPIRED BY DAFFODILS Whispering their intrigues Like the Good Friday mob; But these expect the ecstacy of Easter Brazen trumpeted heralds of the new season Dew dropped Rain drenched Snow dressed Wind defying And after equinox These Lenten lilies wait nodding on the grassy banks The commonest of Springtime flowers (the cheapest on the florists stall) Just a few pence can fill a bowl with gold Yet later, gaudier flowers cannot compare With the pure joy of daffodils.
He also suggested the regulated use of drugs like mephedrone and ecstacy in controlled environments, such as clubs, may be the way forward.
Every new lead, every new glimmer of hope must be a combination of ecstacy and despair for this woman; a fusion of hope that this is the longed-for breakthrough and fear that it isn't.
Michael Welch, Detective Miguel Martinez and members of the North Worcester County Drug Task Force and the Drug Enforcement Administration and charged with illegal possession of ecstacy, illegal possession of ecstacy with intent to distribute and conspiracy to violate the controlled substance laws (see related story, page 1).
I WAS pleased to see the replies to my letter about Billingham Forum (Envy Their Ecstacy, 18.
Five minutes into stoppage time Brown (left) fired past Reid to leave the home support in ecstacy.
Indigenous and non-indigenous youths used similar substances at similar frequencies, although non-indigenous detainees were significantly more likely to have used amphetamines and ecstacy.
Springfield police rarely find GHB and believe it is little-used by local teens because the city lacks the teen clubs where use of drugs such as GHB and Ecstacy are common, McCarthy said.
Leslie Moulden, of Fox Lea Walk, Seghill, Northumberland, was convicted at Newcastle Crown Court in December 2002 of conspiracy to supply ecstacy.
The danger for young teenagers,in particular, would be to experiment with cannabis as a dare and then move on to ecstacy,''he said.
As one of the sources for "The Agony and the Ecstacy," I wanted to thank you for a wonderful, objective article.