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microdot

A regional term for LSD.
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3] thin film, in contrast to the microdots obtained from the UV irradiation of PANI-viologen films through the [Al.
Looking at the skimpy tops and microdot skirts on show, I can see he must be right on both counts.
The identification number is registered and if any item is stolen it can be easily tracked to its rightful owner from the number on the microdot.
When it became a recreational drug, users had what was called a microdot of it, but we were given massive doses.
Out on November 18, the magazine is available by mail order from Microdot Ltd, PO Box 11570, London NW1 7WW, priced pounds 4.
A dash of legal savvy, a pinch of patience, and a dot of technology--actually, a microdot of technology--allowed Kohler Company of Kohler, WI, to cook up a skillful sting operation aimed at snaring the perpetrators of an alleged internal theft enterprise.
Cindy Crawford bought a $70 cashmere cardigan for her son Presley; Uma Thurman has a `Harlem Hearts' romper for Maya; Madonna chose a microdot dress and a hooded top for Lourdes; and Will Smith's son has a pair of DKNY jeans.
She opened the parcel, held up a pair of knickers the size of a microdot and said: "How the hell am I going to prune the roses in these?
A non-surgical technique called Microdot infuses healthy human hair strands around and over the areas that have been affected by the hair pulling.
Lekarev played a lot of tennis, and found an unobtrusive way to pass messages, money or microdot photos by slitting an old tennis ball, placing his material inside and leaving it on court for everyone to ignore, except his contact.
Standard accessories included with each unit include a metal carrying case, a field protection case, an accumulator box (ni-MH), a recharger, 1 BNC to Microdot cable, two LEMO 00 (small) 1.