Mogadon


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Mogadon

® Nitrazepam, see there.

Mogadon

A brand name for the benzodiazepine hypnotic drug NITRAZEPAM. There is anecdotal evidence that the safety of this drug was tested on moggies-hence the name.
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Calming but not somnolent: the second movement was a judiciously paced walk through the countryside rather than the mogadon meandering sometimes inflicted upon us.
Emmerdale has been compulsive viewing even if Tricia has spent this week doing a passable impression of a Shattered viewer on Mogadon.
It is small credit to Zopaclone, which I now take (after Sodium Amytal, Mogadon, Mandrax and Halcion were, each in turn, considered too dangerous) that, come 2.
The desperately dull first 50 minutes were more powerful than any mogadon on the market.
He tried marijuana, Mogadon, LSD, and cocaine, among other drugs.
Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds team up for a lame buddy movie so sleep-inducing, it could bankrupt the makers of Mogadon.
Not any more folks, welcome to the SPL or the Sleeping Pill League sponsored by Mogadon.
One thing is sure, I wouldn't be watching the rematch, though I'm sure I could get Mogadon to sponsor them
In 1992 the FA, led by - and how that came to pass Lord only knows - Graham Kelly, the man who made Mogadon look like a performance-enhancing drug, allowed the Premier League to open for business in the name of greed.
DIDN'T know Roger Waters of Mogadon marvels Pink Floyd was a keen supporter of the pro-hunting Countryside Alliance.
Steve McLaren could be tainted because of his association with Eriksson while his long-winded tactical dissertations have evoked memories of Howard Wilkinson after a particularly generous dollop of Mogadon.
He never shows a flicker of emotion, he rarely breaks a sweat (even when England score), he talks like he's on Mogadon yet we're expected to believe his love-making is so energetic it keeps Nancy down to a Size 10.