XTC


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XTC

See Ecstasy, MDMA.
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Quote on Swindon: Dylan Jones, (Editor of GQ): "Naysayers of Swindon would say if you took away the Beatles from Liverpool you'd be left with one of the most fascinating, culturally rich cities in Europe but take away XTC from Swindon, they say, and you'd be left with, er, a bypass.
The Netherlands XTC Toxicity Study is funded by the Netherlands Organization for Health Research and Development.
The controversy over whether ecstasy use produces long-term effects is longstanding, and with the first prospective rather than retrospective study design, the work of the Netherlands XTC Toxicity team stands above previous efforts.
pounds 100K ...and Sir Paul's not sellin' pounds 3,000 Bowie in a picture sleeve' Sex Pistol Johnny's at Nos 2 & 3' New wave pioneers XTC had label trouble' pounds 7,000 Queen's ransom for rare Pistols' pounds 2,500 Jack's Ruby is a Pearl' Freddie's readies...
X-sTatiC banged out the best of XTC - who had a Top 20 hit with Making Plans for Nigel - in the band's home town of Swindon, Wilts.
For more than a decade dancing on XTC has been a much-debated high.
Ecstasy, sometimes called XTC or E, reportedly induces euphoria and sexual arousal.
It's also known by the street names "E' "X' and "XTC." It is often referred to as a "club drug" because it has been sold in nightclubs and rave parties.
Pepper-era Beatles, XTC, along with fellow travelers 10CC, drew their inspiration from the language's riches and children's songs, eschewing difficult issues for the hard-earned pun or the elegant rhyme.
(Kinderhook, NY) stated that its at-home drug testing kit can screen urine for the drug, which is also known as MDMA, E, XTC, or Adam.
Du Pont Co., Wilmington, Del., described an aerospace-grade formable thermoplastic sheet based on its "XTC" technology.