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mist

Drug slang
A regional term for PCP, crack cocaine, or (drug-produced) smoke.
 
Occupational medicine
A suspension of liquid droplets in air.

mist

Aerosolized liquid or particles.

Patient discussion about mist

Q. How long do you want to stay in the mist? I appreciate each one of you. You are open-minded and you desire to learn. So I invite you to go through my questions and answers to learn very fast if you like to. Of course it is always nice to make a break sometimes. Take a glass of water, mark regularly your territory and stay with the iMedix-crew in touch. We are very thankful to have you with us.

A. Life is something beautiful. Nature too, and your body (your boat, if you prefer, because you are the captain of your boat), is a part of this nature. The more you understand nature, the better you will understand your body. For that you don't have to be a scientist, a doctor or a university professor. Just be yourself, with your brain between your ears and always testing and asking the things behind. So you will soon understand better what is going around. Stay safe and take care of yourself.

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Eventually I had a follow-up appointment at National Jewish; there was still mistiness on the CT scan and the specialist worried that the side effects were indeed catching up.
Although I had a very colourful "aura" there was still some mistiness there which suggested I'd been ill but was now getting better.
or de Certeau's heterologies seem to share a common mistiness about
Aside from his characteristic opening anecdote about the first time he encountered a poet's work (most notable in this genre is his story about reading Hart Crane at the age of ten),3 Bloom goes to great pains to separate his own interpretations from Ashbery's, and then to proclaim the truth of his own reading, in contrast to the relative mistiness of the poet's.
These three fundamental blurring techniques, of course, may occur in various combinations within a single episode of "mistiness." For example, a signal might be blurred by accretion first, then filling, then shifting of the collection up, down, or both.
Those cautious administrators knew what they were doing, I thought during the long trek through a cold, drizzling rain (the weather forecast was the BBC usual "mistiness with spots of sunshine").
He was a master of haziness and mistiness in some of his celebrated drawings and despised those who claimed only to imitate nature, although his portraits, especially that of Carlyle, are extraordinary likenesses.
The work's lush lyrical passages are virtually unprecedented in Russian prose, and names such as Nozdryov (nostril), Sobakevich (dog), Korobochka (little box), and Manilov (combining "mannerism," "mistiness," and "dreamy attraction") are fully exploited for their comedic and symbolic potential.
I hope I make it at all, what with this blanket of snow descending and the silly mistiness in my eyes.
Both the Spenserian stanza and the archaic language contribute to the mythic romance of The Faerie Queene, enveloping the scenes of chivalry and adventure with a singularly appropriate mistiness of style.
TOP FORM I'll be hoping to add to my recent winners - including Mistiness (left) - at Gowran Park tomorrow
all those respectable old blockheads, who still, in this intangibility and mistiness of affairs, kept a death-grip on one or two ideas which had not come into vogue since yesterday-morning" (3:141).