junkie


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someone who is so ardently devoted to something that it resembles an addiction

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In Wolverhampton, 27 "junior junkies" were treated, landing the NHS with a bill of PS395,000.
Her internship led to full-time work at Startup Junkie after graduation, and in the spring of this year, Allgood was named to lead the Community Venture Foundation, a nonprofit group that works with the region's entrepreneurs in partnership with Startup Junkie.
Creative Director: Media Junkies, digital marketing experts
"But to understand for my role how a junkie such as Louis lives I needed to see what existence is like for a heavy drug user.
Many folks brook no sympathy for heroin addicts and are likely at this very moment screaming at their newspaper or computer screen that the world has gone mad if we can't call an addict a junkie.
The Ken Mellons Jukebox Junkie 20th Anniversary Project allows fans to be a part of the celebration by investing in the project and earning exclusive incentives, including but not limited to autographed items by Mellons, tickets to the live DVD filming, fine art Ken Mellons prints (Ken Mellons owns original portrait) created by Nashville's Artist to the Stars, Corey Frizzell, custom Jukebox Junkie music note boots with your name on them and private shows with the Jukebox Junkie, Ken Mellons.
This collaboration has also spawned the Amika Beauty Junkie Kit($399$).
Steven Kennell, Digital Junkie's online director, said: "We have found an even greater demand for digital services in the current climate.
London, Dec 7 (ANI): Amy Winehouse has agreed to record a song based on drugs with junkie pal Pete Doherty, according to reports.
Drop-in spa chain Bath Junkie has leased a 1,100 s/f space at 227 Mulberry Street, between Prince and Spring Street for a term of 12 years.
The crime junkie's guide to criminal law; from "Law and order" to Laci Peterson.
If, like me, you are a political talk show and C-Span junkie, over the past election campaign it may have seemed that Charlie Cook, publisher of the non-partisan Cook Political Report, was on TV as often as Jennifer Anniston in "Friends" reruns.
If you re a political junkie who's obsessed with ideology this book might not be for you.
Emma Beach, whose grandfather is known to millions of Street fans as Mike Baldwin, became a junkie after getting hooked on drugs aged just 14.
For the true campaign junkie, even the steady IV drip of the 24-hour news channels may not be enough.