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rinse

rinse  n.— «Some of the people at Mr Ferretti’s home that night said he had previously supplied them with drugs, including Rinse, a form of Fantasy.» —“Coroner Condemns Fatal Fantasy Drug” Dominion Post (New...

capsuling

capsuling  n.— «“Capsuling” (or cabsala as they call it in Arabic) is a drug habit that has spread in Iraq over the last few years, only now it has become an epidemic addiction that the Al Mahdi Army thrives on.» —“Life in...

O

O  n.— «He said some of the arrested youths claimed they didn’t know they were smoking heroin when they first started using. They claimed to have been misled by street-slang or myths spread by drug dealers. “Dealers refer to it as...

p

p  n.— «Police discovered at least four youngsters, one a 10-year-old, had allegedly been used by the pair as assistants in making methamphetamine also known as P.» —“Dawn raids target P dealers in Hawke’s...

smurfing

smurfing  n.— «Missourians had been caught in Illinois on several occasions “smurfing”—that is, buying anhydrous ammonia, iodine crystals, ether and other ingredients from various sources, far from their labs, to avoid raising...

smurfing

smurfing n. the making of a series of small transactions to escape the regulatory notice a single larger transaction might attract. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)