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methamphetamine

(mĕth'ămfĕt`əmēn): see amphetamineamphetamine
, any one of a group of drugs that are powerful central nervous system stimulants. Amphetamines have stimulating effects opposite to the effects of depressants such as alcohol, narcotics, and barbiturates.
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; methedrinemethedrine
, drug of the amphetamine group. Also known as methamphetamine, it is used as a stimulant.
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He appeared at Coventry Crown Court on Wednesday and pleaded guilty to two counts of being concerned in the production of Methylamphetamine, as well as driving without insurance.
According to authorities, the bust is one of the biggest in Australia's history, and the largest seizure of liquid methylamphetamine ever.
"The ephedrine seized had the potential to produce about 100 kilograms of methylamphetamine and detectives have arrested a number of key players in what we believe is one of the state's biggest drug supply rings."
Caernarfon crown court heard amphetamine worth more than PS3,900 and methylamphetamine valued at more than PS1,000 were found when police searched their home in Bro Tudur, Llangefni, last December.
The drugs found in the bags were in actually class A drugs methylamphetamine and cocaine, class B drug amphetamine and class C drugs BZP and TFMPP.
In this case the offender was under the influence of methylamphetamine at the time of the attack.
But as the trial was about to start he pleaded guilty to the alternate charge of conspiracy to supply methylenedioxy methylamphetamine or MDMA, known more commonly as ecstasy.
Seiden, "Long-term effects of repeated methylamphetamine administration on dopamine and serotonin neurons in the rat brain: a regional study," Brain Research, vol.
In the case of Alameddine v R, (39) the applicant pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly taking part in the manufacture of a prohibited drug (methylamphetamine) and one count of possessing a precursor (pseudoephedrine) intended for illegal manufacture.
Section 73(2) of the Drugs Act provides that the unauthorised possession of a certain quantity of a controlled drug 'is prima facie evidence of trafficking by that person in that drug of dependence.' A quantity of methylamphetamine in excess of the traffickable quantity was discovered by police at Ms Momcilovic's apartment, and this discovery formed the basis of the charge against her.
Police claim Farrow organised for high-grade crystal methylamphetamine, which was often piled up on desks in the apartment, to be mailed to NSW and Victoria hidden in parcels containing "bath products", "pants" or "small fountain kits".
The prosecution alleged that their apartment was a minor amphetamine factory: methylamphetamine was stored in a bar fridge, in the crisper section of another refrigerator, and in a Moccona coffee jar in a kitchen cupboard.