drug addict


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drug addict

any person who is abnormally dependent on narcotic drugs
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He added that the study showed that 45 to 79 per cent of the drug addicts have not completed secondary education while 10 per cent are college graduates and 13 per cent of addicts hold high-school certificates.
Drug addicts display changes in behaviour like the way they speak, have droopy eyes, strong mood swings, isolate themselves and frequently ask for money.
It starts when a drug addict forms a large base of contacts with other fellow drug addicts, having met in a rehab centre, for example.
The 3rd Circuit upheld the decision on March 29, saying that although the ADA does protect drug addicts, the hospital did not violate the act when it terminated Reilly for lying on his application.
During the last six months, the bodies of almost 168 unidentified drug addicts have been recovered from various parts of the city.
Narconon recognizes the difficulties of being a drug addict.
Goth girls, overweight former drug addicts, and Elvis fans are not the kinds of people one would associate with a Bible camp.
Drug addicts are another at-risk group, the more pernicious as they can give their disease to unknowing spouses.
The increasing number of drug addicts from rich families studying in Bahria University and other costly institutes has brought a bad name to their parents and institutes.
He said many parents have also approach him to keep their drug addict kin in the hospital.
I'm a recovering drug addict but as soon as I fell pregnant with my boy, who is now five, I got clean.
ca/), a drug addict is a ticking time bomb, gambling with his life.

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