GBL


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GBL

abbr.
gamma-butyrolactone

GBL

Abbreviation for gamma-butyrolactone.
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Drugs counsellor Janice Jess said: "if GBL or GHB is circulating in Peterhead, then I have no doubt it will be being used by others who may not know it is potentially lethal.
Based on the popularity of short terms, more were proactively added for many other GBL databases that didn't have acronyms rise to the top of the keyword data in anticipation of this trend continuing.
GBL had failed to provide straightforward contact information for its users to get in touch, and the website used what (http://www.
8 November 2013 - Belgian industrial investor Groupe Bruxelles Lambert SA (EBR:GBLB), or GBL, said it had disposed of some 0.
Most recently we became curious at what we saw as a contrast between the silence surrounding GBL among researchers, policy makers, and practitioners and the high profile emergence, criminalization and academic consideration of another legal high--mephedrone--in the spring of 2010 (Measham, Moore, Newcombe, & Welch, 2010; Measham, Wood, Dargan, & Moore, 2011).
There have been claims from Ms Nock's devastated father that his daughter's drink may have been spiked with GBL.
The tragedy comes three years after Hester Stewart, 21, was found dead after a party in Brighton with a bottle of GBL by her side.
Mum-of-one Lynette Nock, 28, was pronounced dead on Saturday night after a memorial party for her friend Carl Fearon - who is also thought to have died after taking 'legal high' GBL just hours before.
It is thought they had swallowed a chemical, possibly gamma butyrolactone - known as GBL.
Until April, Quickies nail polish remover pads contained chemicals including gammabutyrolactone or GBL, classified as a class C drug in 2009 following a spate of related deaths, including Stephanie Balcarres, 22 and Hester Stewart, 21.
Through these affiliations, GBL is able to keep clients apprised of pending regulatory issues as well as the latest trends in industry.
AN underworld pharmaceutical wholesaler became the first person to be jailed for dealing in the deadly party drug GBL.