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[‚fen·ə′sī·klə‚dēn]
(pharmacology)
C17H25N An addicting drug originally used as an intravenous anesthetic that was subsequently removed from medical use in humans because it produces hallucinations and delusions. It has been illegally manufactured and sold on the street, sometimes causing serious adverse reactions. Also known as angel dust; PCP.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In the early months of 1966, Sherm invited some friends from the company to test ride his creation.
In Sherm, Susan Juby gives us a quirky, affable new character not unlike Alice MacLeod from her earlier books.
Sherm would suck up to Walter with a champagne cocktail.
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"I think that real nails are becoming as important as artificial nails," says Sherm Gorin, director of sales and marketing for Fiske Industries, the New City, N.Y.-based manufacturer of the Irene Gray line of treatment products.
Researchers are cooperating with Sherm Brewster, a local Idaho entrepreneur, to develop inexpensive equipment for adding PAM to water.
Sure enough, when the giggling trio had peeled off their disguises, the "biker" turned out to be Sherm Lewis, San Francisco's running-backs coach; the "mule skinner" was a tough former marine, Bobb McKittrick, the coach of the offensive line; and the "prospector" was none other than the San Francisco head coach, Bill Walsh.
Sherm Thomson, Utah State University Extension pathologist.
* If you accidentally give Jereme Rogers the Johnson's Johnson award instead of Jaws, remind Jaws later that Sherm looks better in men's jewelry anyway.
Center fielder Jim Landis won three of his five career Gold Gloves during this span while catcher Sherm Lollar was a three-time Gold Glove recipient and four-time All-Star.
Contemplating the parties whose interests had to be taken into account, the Indiana-Michigan conference executive secretary, Sherm Kauffman, drew up a diverse list: Yoder and his family; women who had experienced sexual misconduct; the Prairie Street congregation; the Church Life Commission; the Accountability and Support Group; the Executive Committee of the Indiana-Michigan conference; A.M.B.S.; and the wider Mennonite church.