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gun

Drug slang
noun A regional term for term for a syringe.

verb To inject an abuse substance—e.g., heroin.

Forensics
noun A weapon that fires projectiles capable of causing grievous bodily harm or killing a land-based target.
 
Vox populi
noun A device used to discharge a projectile in a targeted direction.

verb To target and attack another person, usually understood in a metaphorical sense, as in “To gun for someone”.

gun

noun Drug slang A regionally popular street term for a syringeVox populi A device used to discharge a projectile in a targeted direction. See Gene gun, Heavy guns verb Drug slang To inject an illicit drug–regionally popular.
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Today, more than 30 years after its launch, Nandy still dreams of this country becoming a gunless society.
These people are absolutely gunless, but not for long.
More than a million signatures in support of the 'gunless' move have been gathered.
'The situation in which gunless policemen account for 11 percent of the force should not be allowed to continue,' Recto said in a statement, urging the government to proceed with its gun acquisition plan.
In a letter to the Comelec on Friday, the Gunless Society, the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) and Physicians for Peace asked the poll body to adopt a new policy of not granting exemptions from the gun ban, except to members of the police, military and other law enforcement agencies of the government.
Motivated by either statist political ideology or craven hoplophobia and a fervent desire for a utopian gunless society, they are intense, dedicated and contemptuously dismissive of any opposing view.
MANILA -- A longtime proponent of nonviolence who founded the Gunless Society has called on the government, the police and the military to ensure that the New Year celebrations will be peaceful, safe, joyful and, above all, free of guns.
His shorts rocketed to his ankles; he lost his balance, and wound up head-bonked, dazed, bare-butted an' gunless at the bottom of the stairs.
In the view of Nandy Pacheco, who initiated the "Gunless Society" movement that, against all odds many years ago, managed to convince legislators to file bills calling for more stringent controls on gun licensing, "guns are at the root of the problem."
The Gunless Society has suggested that the carrying of guns be limited only to lawmen in uniform.
Kapatiran was founded in 1996 by Nandy Pacheco of the Gunless Society of the Philippines, who is the party's current chair emeritus.
Pacheco, an advocate of a gunless society, said: "It is the job of Catholic lay people to change the thinking of their political party and their political leadership with the tools of their Catholic faith.