Lofondja Tabernanthe iboga. containing the stimulant ibogaine. Loftran Ketazolam. Loftran 15 Ketazolam. Loftran 30 Ketazolam. Loftran 7.5 Ketazolam. Log 1. Colloquial term for PCP. 2. Colloquial term for a marijuana cigarette. 3. Colloquial term for crack.
Log Cabin Colloquial term for Lord Calvert distilled spirits.
Lognormal distribution Refers to the theory, first propounded by Sully Ledermann in the 1950s, that alcohol consumption is distributed among the drinkers in a population according to a lognormal curve varying between populations on only one parameter, so that a large proportion of alcohol consumption is by a small proportion of drinkers. Although Led-ermann's particular formulation is now discredited, it is considered generally true that, in societies where alcohol is available freely on the market, drinkers are distributed along a spectrum of levels of alcohol consumption in a unimodal curve skewed to the left (referred to as the unimodal distribution of consumption, which also characterizes consumption of most consumables). The focus on the distribution of consumption in the population became associated with renewed attention to alcohol control measures to reduce levels of alcohol problems in a population; hence, his public-health oriented perspective is sometimes termed the dis-tribution-of-consumption theory. Logor Colloquial term for LSD. Lokarin-4 Dimenoxadol. Lola Colloquial term for cocaine . Lolquetico Turbina corymbosa. See: Olo-liugui.
Lomax Nordazepam. Lombo Colloquial term for hashish. Lomotil Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Diphenoxylate hydrochloride. Lonarid Drug containing more than one substance under international control: Amobarbi-tal.
London, Jack (1876-1916), American writer, whose work combined powerful realism and humanitarian sentiment. He was born John Griffith London in San Francisco. After completing grammar school, London worked at various odd jobs, and in 1897 and 1898 he participated in the Alaska gold rush. Upon his return to the San Francisco area, he began to write about his experiences. A collection of his short stories, The Son of the Wolf, was published in 1900. London's colorful life, during which he wrote more than 50 books and which included enormous popular successes as an author, experience as a war correspondent, and two stormy marriages, ended in his suicide at the age of 40. He wrote John Barleycorn (1913), an autobiographical novel about London's struggle against alcoholism. Loner Colloquial term for a 12 Step person in an area with no 12 step group available (e.g., AA person in Morocco where AA is outlawed).
Long Day's Journey into Night 1. Autobiographical drama by Eugene O'Neill who sold Random House the text of his play on the proviso that the play not be produced during O'Neill's lifetime. Two years after the playwright's death in 1953, Long Day's Journey was given its first Broadway staging, winning a Pulitzer Prize in the process. Set in 1912 New England, the story takes place in the summer home of ageing actor James Tyrone and his family. Tyrone, patterned after Eugene O'Neill's father James O'Neill, has long abandoned any aspirations to be a truly great actor, choosing instead to tour in the same weary stage vehicle year after year. Thanks to an earlier act of stinginess on Tyrone's part, his wife Mary has turned into a rambling morphine addict, with little or no contact with reality. Oldest son Jamie is a troublemaking alcoholic, envious of the writing talent of sickly younger brother Edmund (the Eugene O'Neill counterpart). The long's day journey concludes with a hellish night in which the three Tyrone men sit about drunkenly as Mary Tyrone hallucinates about her younger, happier days. 2. Film based on the play, released in 1962. Director: Sidney Lumet. Katharine Hepburn brilliantly played the back-breaking role of Mary Tyrone; Ralph Richardson exhumed all the "ham" of his student-actor days to portray the pathetic James Tyrone; Jason Robards Jr., a man seemingly put on this earth to interpret O'Neill, repeats his Broadway role as Jamey; and Dean Stockwell adds one more superb characterization to his gallery of portrayals as the tubercular Edmund. 3. Film released in 1988. Director: Jonathan Miller with Jack Lemmon as James Tyrone. Long cut Colloquial term for eating great quantities of sweets during withdrawal. Long green Colloquial term for money, dollar bills.
Long neck Colloquial term for beer (2.3% to 5.0% alcohol content) in a bottle with a tall neck.
Long run Colloquial term for drug use for an extended period of time.
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