Methedrine


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Synonyms for Methedrine

an amphetamine derivative (trade name Methedrine) used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride

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And mentioned along the way are various drugs that might have some beating on this vision of the world: methedrine suppositories, cocaine, quaaludes, and crack.
Work (see heading on this) at firm that makes Methedrine.
When Brainard took down his shingle, no longer participating in the elite cottage industry of high art, he also gave up the Methedrine that had fueled many of his funniest, most beautiful visual riddles of the mid-'70s, little rebuses like the collage he made in 1977 of penguins on ice floes staring up at marbleized beach balls bouncing like a galaxy of suns in a white sky.
Nevertheless, he was to remain fairly anonymous, financially impoverished, and addicted to methedrine for most of his life.
Phoenix Newspapers, publisher of the Phoenix Gazette and Arizona Republic, said it had remanded to Phoenix police evidence - including undisclosed quantities of marijuana and crystal methedrine - collected by private detectives during the undercover investigation.
It is a methedrine compound of pop pastiche, offhand high tech, and dazzling televisual parody, formed with surreal juxtapositions and grammarless monologues and flash-cut editing, and framed with a relentless irony designed to make its frantic tone seem irreverent instead of repulsive.
London, September 21 ( ANI ): Robin Gibb, who was desperately addicted to the amphetamine methedrine in the 1980's, convinced himself that his estranged wife Molly Hullis was involved in a convoluted plot to fleece him of 5 million pounds in an altered frame of mind, it has been revealed.
Mum, who drives like Schumacher on Methedrine, rings back to say that the other vehicles are all intact.
If he's not in slow-mo swirl, he's like Michael Jackson on methedrine.