Barbiturism 1. Sudden or long-term poisoning by any of the barbiturates. Excessive amounts of these drugs may be fatal or may produce physical and psychological changes, as depressed respiration, lack of oxygen, disorientation, and coma. 2. Addiction to barbiturates.
Barbityl Barbital. Barbityral Pentobarbital sodium. Barbivis Phenobarbital. Barbonal Phenobarbital. Barbonate Phenobarbital. Barbopent Pentobarbital sodium. Barbophen Phenobarbital. Barbopine Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. Barbosec Secobarbital or Secobarbital sodium.
Barbs 1. Colloquial term for barbiturates. 2. Colloquial term for cocaine. Barbulen Secbutabarbital sodium. Barbural Cyclobarbital. Barcash German colloquial term for cash. Barcetin Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Barbital.
Bardopent Pentobarbital. Bardorm Phenobarbital. Bardose Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. Bareta Colloquial term for marijuana. Baretta Colloquial term for heroin (stamped in two colors). Barfen Phenobarbital. Barfing Colloquial term for vomiting after too great an alcohol consumption; drunk. Barfly 1. Colloquial term for person who spends much time in public drinking places. 2. Film released in 1987. Director Barbet Schroeder. Charles Bukowski, wrote the short stories upon which the Barfly was based. The film concentrates on alcoholic writer Mickey Rourke (the Bukowski alter ego) who carries on a hate-hate relationship with bartender Frank Stallone. Rourke makes the acquaintance of another of society's castaways, Faye Dunaway, who in addition to being a souse is said to be crazy. They move in together, even though Dunaway all but promises to be unfaithful for the price of a drink. Rourke has a chance to clean up his act when offered a large commission for his writings by publisher Alice Krige. They too end up in bed, each trying to change the other. The clarion call of the cheap wine bottle overrides Rourke's half hearted efforts to enter the mainstream. The author Charles Bukowski, plays a minor role in the film.
Barhoma Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. Barinari Arundo donax. Baris Polish colloquial term for LSD. Baris hapi Colloquial term for PCP. Barkeeper A person who owns or operates a bar for the sale of alcoholic beverages. Barmecide Colloquial term for morphine. Barmecided Colloquial term for being addicted to morphine. Barnbenyl Phenobarbital Barnecide Dutch colloquial term for morphine.
Barnecided Colloquial term for being addicted to morphine. Baron Meprobamate. Baropa Phenobarbital. Barophen Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. Barpental Pentobarbital sodium. Barpentyl Pentobarbital. Barphyllin Phenobarbital. Barpine Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.
Barpine No. 1 Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital. Barrel 1. Colloquial term for LSD tablets. 2. Colloquial term for 100.000 tablets. Barrels Colloquial term for LSD. Barroom A room or building in which alcoholic beverages are sold at a bar. Barrymore, John (1882-1942), American actor, Shakespeare interpreter, played Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. His alcohol and drug problems had impact on his works. He died after a collapse in a radio studio. His biography Godnight, dear prince (1945) was written by Gene Fowler.
Bars Swedish colloquial term for beer. Barsark A soldier in early Nordic literature who had a raging aggressive temper and furiously fought against the enemies. It has been suggested that alcohol and/or fly agaric helped develop this mood.
Barsarkagang 1. Nordic term for the aggressive behaviours of the barsarks. 2. Present Nordic term for a person being violent and out of control due to alcohol or drug intoxication.
Barsec Secobarbital sodium. Bart Simpson Colloquial term for LSD tablet stamped with the cartoon star Bart Simpson.
Bartender One who mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a bar. Also called barkeeper. The bartender has especially in the American alcohol-culture sometimes an informal social function as host, discussion partner and confessor.
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