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meth

(mĕth)
n. Slang
Methamphetamine.

meth

Widely used slang for methamphetamine.
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I just wanna know, do they just take a picture of somebody who's using meth or is that enhanced?
In a recent Government survey, only one in 80 people in the West Midlands reported taking a Class A drugs, such as crystal meth and cocaine - the lowest per centage of any region in the country.
Oregon was particularly hard hit, with meth labs growing ninefold from 1995 to 2001.
In a broad sense, the meth epidemic followed the crack epidemic chronologically, but affected very different populations.
Critics of the state's pseudoephedrine ban, most notably the pharmaceutical industry, argue that the law has failed to make a meaningful reduction in meth use.
Its other side effects, though, are what make meth such a potent driver of risky sexual behavior.
WA has developed some of the worst rates of meth use in Australia.
Kayla Del Rio, a family nurse practitioner at KU Wichita Medical Practice Association, has experience with meth use in her at-risk community.
In September 2006, federal legislation restricting the retail sale of the common meth precursor drugs ephedrine and pseudoephedrine was enacted (2).
We're excited about having a sinus medication with the main ingredient consumers have relied on for years to treat congestion, combined with acetaminophen to treat pain associated with sinus congestion and pressure, all while fighting meth.
The officer found 15 bottles in the trunk full of dissolved meth, but labeled as Mexican tequila.
In March, officers obtained a warrant to search Mr White's house, which led them to discover four ounces of meth, valued at USD10,000, two handguns, and more than USD15,000 cash.