inhalant

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inhalant

1. (esp of a volatile medicinal formulation) inhaled for its soothing or therapeutic effect
2. an inhalant medicinal formulation
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The man claimed he noticed his brother was acting strange and when he confronted him he realised that he had been sniffing glue.
According the diken.com.tr news portal, the suspect said the following in his defense during the hearing: "She saw me on the street when I was sniffing glue. We met when I was out walking my friend's dogs.
The three Arabs -- aged between 16 and 21 -- were trying to smoke in their car in Al Fisht area when the car caught fire as the car filled with gases due to sniffing glue (a type of drug), an official at Sharjah Police told Gulf News.
Few years ago, sniffing glue stick and spreading boat polish on the bread were common among the abusers but they seem to have ' graduated' now.
"People now tend to use poly substance (more than one), starting from simple things like sniffing glue. They then go to prescribed or abused drugs and then all the way to heroin and morphine.
Washington, August 23 ( ANI ): Shakira has said that seeing kids sniffing glue in her hometown inspired her to launch her Pies Descalzos Foundation, which has helped to build six schools in Colombia.
9344, or the juvenile justice law, aims to protect the welfare of children in conflict with the law, majority of whom are guilty of minor crimes such as petty theft, vagrancy and sniffing glue.
There were many alcoholic drinks and the two were sniffing glue," she said in official records.
A PORTRAIT of an aspiring writer, whose teacher once suggested he was sniffing glue, will be part of an exhibition to raise awareness of ataxia.
Sniffing glue and drinking locally made alcoholic beverages is very common for homeless in Sudan who are known as "Shamassa".
A new show - Ireland: Caught On Camera - has even discovered children who should be in primary school lighting up a joint in a playground and sniffing glue.