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An amphetamine-like neural stimulant used by Yemenites and East Africans, who chew buds/fresh leaves of Catha edulis; dried leaves can be used but are less potent
Advese effects Psychologic dependence, increased blood pressure, respiratory rate
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When the two PAF pilots arrived at the Pasrur Airfield in a Howard, they were immediately taken to the hidden and camouflaged Knat
, which was pulled away from the runway and placed under cover of thick foliage, as the airfield was under constant attack by the IAF.
By the end of the month what a change - the fly life has reached its peak production point and daily countless hawthorns, Grannoms and Black Knats
float on the water in abundance.