Shermans

Shermans

Drug slang
(1) A regional term for PCP.
(2) A regional term for crack cocaine.
References in classic literature ?
Lieutenant General Sherman was to have been of the party also, but the Indian war compelled his presence on the plains.
However, we were to have a "battery of guns" from the Navy Department (as per advertisement) to be used in answering royal salutes; and the document furnished by the Secretary of the Navy, which was to make "General Sherman and party" welcome guests in the courts and camps of the old world, was still left to us, though both document and battery, I think, were shorn of somewhat of their original august proportions.
1] Arnold Sherman, an elderly friend of the Irvings, was there at the same time, and added not a little to the general pleasantness of life.
The third house on the right-hand side is a bird-stuffer's: Sherman is the name.
Then one returned to camp with a word of encouragement from Sherman or a friendly shake of the hand from McClellan.
Sherman," the initial "S" standing for no name, it being simply a part of what the coloured man proudly called his "entitles.
It is employing as large a force of messenger- boys as the army that marched with General Sherman from Atlanta to the sea.
Captain Sherman, her commander, to whose ingenuity and excellent taste these results are solely attributable, has bravely and worthily distinguished himself on more than one trying occasion: not least among them, in having the moral courage to carry British troops, at a time (during the Canadian rebellion) when no other conveyance was open to them.
But Sherman enjoyed both the structure and camaraderie of his new military family, finding "a togetherness in the military that neither the Shermans nor the Ewings had been able to provide him" (p.
But for young Tecumseh and his family that stability came to an abrupt end with the death of Charles Sherman in 1829.
Lisa Phillips, "Cindy Sherman's Cindy Shermans," in Cindy Sherman, Cindy Sherman, exhibition catalogue with essays by Phillips and Peter Schjedahl, New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1987, p.
2] Indeed, Mulvey herself has contributed a substantial essay to the Sherman critical literature.