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R 1. Colloquial term for a joint of marijuana. 2. Colloquial term for paraphernalia for drug injection.

R 1406 Phenoperidine or Phenoperidine hy-drochloride. R 3365 Piritramide.

R 381-382 Phenmetrazine hydrochloride. R 382 Phenmetrazine theoclate (8-chlorotheophyllinate). R 39209 Alfentanil hydrochloride. R 4263 Fentanyl or Fentanyl citrate. R 4481 Alpha-methylfentanyl. R 951 Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenoperidine.

R S Atrobel Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

R & C Acronym for Red & Clear look-alike amfetamines - typically caffeine, ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, and/or phenylpropanola-mine.

R & R Reds (secobarbital) and Ripple wine. R-1132 Diphenoxylate or Diphenoxylate hy-drochloride.

R-148 Methaqualone hydrochloride. R-30730 Sufentanil. R-33800 Sufentanil or Sufentanil citrate. R-720-11 Fenetylline or Fenetylline hydro-chloride.

R-82 Phenmetrazine theoclate. R-Küche Colloquial term for a laboratory where illegal drugs are produced. R-venal sodium Phenobarbital sodium. R.4845 Bezitramide.

R.875 Dextromoramide or Dextromoramide tartrate.

R.A.F. Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Hydrocodone and Pentobarbital. R.A.S. Amfetamine sulfate. R.D. Acronym for "red devil" and "red doll", secobarbital (Seconal).

R.M.P. Drug containing more than one substance whereof one under international control: Phenobarbital.

R15403 Difenoxin or Difenoxin hydrochlo-ride.

R381-382 Phenmetrazine hydrochloride. R382 Phenmetrazine theoclate (8-Chlorotheo-phyllinate).

R5240 Fentanyl citrate.

R610 Racemoramide or Racemoramide bitar-

tate.

Ra Colloquial term for Chef Ra, a High Times "author" who describes ways to cook foods using marijuana.

Ra-dug-gam dzim-pa Tibetian name for Aconitum napellus. Ra-se-ne-mee Virola. Raa-opium Opium.

Raakapaukat Finnish colloquial term for smoking pure hashish. Rabamate Meprobamate. Rabbit 1. Colloquial term for buyer of drugs who has another person to test the drugs before a purchase. 2. Colloquial term for heroin (logo of a rabbit).

Rabelais, Francois (1494-1553), French writer, whose boisterous satirical work, with its emphasis on individual liberty and its enthusiasm for knowledge and life, is a vigorous expression of Renaissance humanism. Rabelais was born in Chinon, Touraine. His father, Antoine Rabelais, lord of Lerné, was a prosperous lawyer of Chinon who also cultivated hemp. Tradition records that François began his studies at the Benedictine abbey of Seuilly. Later, as a Franciscan friar at Fontenay-le-Comte in Poitou, he continued to study Greek, despite the opposition of the ecclesiastical faculty of the Sorbonne. After further studies at another Benedictine house and at various universities, including Paris and Montpellier, he went to Lyon, then an intellectual center, where he practiced medicine and published a reprint of the Aphorisms of the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates. At the same time he expressed his sense of humor writing popular almanacs making sport of astrology. Pantagruel (1532), Rabelais's first great work, is the life story of a lusty young giant of great strength and appetites. It had its origins in an anonymous contemporary book entitled Les grandes et inestimables cronicques du grand et énorme géant Gargantua In the books of Pantagruel he gives detailed information on the use of cannabis. Rac Desoxynorephedrine. Race (a,é) methadol Dimepheptanol. Race Horse Charlie 1. Colloquial term for heroin. 2. Colloquial term for a long-time morphine addict. 3. Colloquial term for cocaine.

Race-Acetylmethadol Acetylmethadol. Racemethadol Dimepheptanol. Racemethor phanum Racemethorphan. Racemethorphan C18H25NO. Synthetic substance, under international control according to the UN Single Convention 1961 and its amendments, Schedule I. Molecular weight:

271.4. Percentage of anhydrous base: 100. (Dextromethorphan is not under international control). See: Opioids. Racemethorphan hydrobromide C18H25NO HBr. Synthetic substance, under international control according to the UN Single Convention 1961 and its amendments, Schedule I. Molecular weight: 352. 3. Percentage of anhydrous base: 77.0. See: Opioids. Racemethorphan tartrate C18H25NO C4H6O6. Synthetic substance, under international control according to the UN Single Convention 1961 and its amendments, Schedule I. Molecular weight: 421. 5. Percentage of anhydrous base: 64.4. See: Opioids. Racemetorfan Racemethorphan. Racemetorfano Racemethorphan. Racemic amphetamine hydrochloride Amfetamine hydrochloride. Racemic amphetamine phosphate. Am-fetamine phosphate.

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