American organisation of professional bartenders working against drunk driving by actively telling bar guests not to drive when they have been drinking too much, offering transportation and promoting responsible drinking. Bartime Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.
Bartinal Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Barbital. Bartol Phenobarbital.
Bartone Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.
Bartrate Drug containing more than one active substance whereof one under international control: Amobarbital. Bartul Bromazepam.
Barware The glassware and other items used in preparing alcoholic drinks. Bas Colloquial term for morphine base. Basa Colloquial term for cocaine base (crack or "freebase").
Base 1. The pure cocaine crystals, even called the freebase. 2. Colloquial term for cocaine; crack. 3. Colloquial term for morphine base. 4. Colloquial term for cocaine residue which is smoked. 5. Colloquial term for coca paste. 6. Colloquial term for freebase smoking of cocaine.
Base crazies Colloquial term for searching on hands and knees for cocaine or crack.
Common hallucination in cocaine use The person is convinced that there are small grains of cocaine left at the skin especially on the hands that are possible to pick up between the thumb and the index finger. This leads to a characteristic picking.
Compare: Magnans syndrome.
Base head Colloquial term for person who is freebase smoking cocaine.
Base house Colloquial term for a place where cocaine is sold or taken.
Base morph Colloquial term for morphine base.
Base pipe Colloquial term for pipe in which to smoke freebase cocaine.
Baseball 1. Colloquial term for freebase smoking of cocaine. 2. Colloquial term for crack.
Baseballer Colloquial term for person who smokes freebase cocaine.
Basement chemist Colloquial term for small-time chemist who 'cooks' drugs; an unqualified person who does not understand basic chemistry and kills by making mistakes. Basen Dutch colloquial term for smoking cocaine in a water pipe. Baserola Colloquial term for crack. Baseroleros Ecuadorean and Peruvian colloquial term for persons who smoke cocaine freebase.
Bash Colloquial term for marijuana. Bashed Colloquial term for being totally high.
Basi dommanh fasulyeler Turkish colloquial term for amfetamines. Basiado Brazilian colloquial term for marijuana.
Basing and hailing Colloquial term for smoking cocaine freebase as well as instilling cocaine into the vagina as a part of sexual activity (occasionally fatal to the woman) to prolong erections.
Basketball Diaries, the Film released in 1995. Director: Scott Kalvert; David C. Dean. Adolescent drug addiction provides the focus for this timely drama based on author Jim Carroll's best-selling 1978 autobiography. As a young man, Carroll belonged to the St. Vitus basketball team, the best Catholic team in New York. His three teammates and best friends and he loved to hang out. They were a rebellious lot and loved to experiment with drugs. Often they would steal from rival teams, and beat them up. Jim was a little different from the other three because he was a compulsive writer who kept detailed journals. The boys initially innocent drug use led them into a spiral of increasingly stronger drugs and eventual heroin addiction. Two of the boys are kicked off the basketball team for drug use. Jim's own mother kicks him out of the house for his. The addicted friends become petty thugs to support their habits. Eventually Jim's mother gets him arrested and Jim realizes his life has bottomed out. Basta Pentazocine or Pentazocine lactate. Bastantri Sanskrit name for Argyreia nervosa.
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