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angel dust

[′ān·jəl ‚dəst]
(pharmacology)
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The Miami Vice actor revealed Mark Pobart looked after him when he suffered from horrifying visions and voices provoked by a dose of phencyclidine, commonly known as PCP, Angel Dust or moondust.
There is everything: coke, crystal meth, E, hash, smack, angel dust, jellies, goofballs.
The sublimely rustic Lonely Angel Dust kicked things off and its haunting guitar interplay and natural vocals gently ushered the audience into Veirs' lyrically evocative realm.
All the classics were there (and some were not -no Touched By Your Presence or Denis) withDebbie, frugging away like Uma Thurman on an angel dust overdose, proving that in a higher key her voice is up with the best of them.
And with crack as cheap as a bag of chips, probably, we'll doubtlessly end up with a whole sub-class of eight-year-olds high on coke or angel dust, 'jacking cars and popping a cap in the vicar's ass'.
OUR revelations that PCP, or angel dust, is being dealt on Scotland's streets are deeply worrying.
And, then you get into other drugs like Angel Dust, methamphetamines, LSD.
The binge included the drug PCP, an animal tranquilliser nicknamed Angel Dust, a serious mindbender.
9 performs with Lore, Angel Dust and Useful Idiot at 9 p.
DC Kezia Walker on DCI Meadows' son being involved in a huge angel dust deal (The Bill).
Hippy," he says, fixing me with a beatific gaze that's moremenacing than Hannibal Lecter on angel dust, "We are here to saveyour puny soul.
PCP, nicknamed angel dust, is being offered at upmarket west end parties in Glasgow to people growing tired of cocaine.