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 n.— «PCP was infrequently incorporated into marijuana cigarettes….These are being sold on the street under varying names such as “Illy” in Connectivut, “Hydro” in New York City, “Dip” in New Jersey, “Wet” in Philadelphia, and “Fry” in Texas. The cigarettes are treated with “embalming fluid,” allegedly to enhance the drug’s euphoric effects. Embalming fluid, which contains formalin (formaldehyde in methanol), is used as a medium to ease a uniform distribution of PCP in these cigarettes.» —by Lewis Goldfrank, et al. Goldfrank’s Toxicologic Emergencies Apr. 26, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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