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Valium

™ a brand of diazepam used as a tranquillizer
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Cops seized more than 20 grams of white powder believed to be amphetamine and nearly 300 suspected Valium tablets when they targeted a property in Cassidy Drive, in Johnstone, on Thursday.
He has been abusing valium and this has caused him his difficulties."
NAIA customs district collector Mimel Talusan, in cooperation with the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), confiscated a total of 1,490 tablets of ecstasy, 3,320 tablets of valium, and 1,850 grams of high grade marijuana declared as "gifts, letters, and snacks".
The valium tablets were bound for export for 36 consignees of eight countries (US, Australia, United Arab Emirates, Germany, Saudi Arabia, France, Sweden, Spain and the UK) and sent by four different shippers from Paranaque City and Bulacan.
Lannigan, 42, of Cambuslang, Glasgow, was found guilty of culpably and recklessly causing the girl to consume etizolam - so-called street Valium - at a house in Blantyre, Lanarkshire, in July 2016.
Street valium was linked to the deaths of six people in Glasgow last year.
Eventually, the 41-year-old was using Valium and heroin together - he would swallow the Valium and, as soon as he felt the effects kicking in, he would take the heroin.
"I was sort of drugged up then on Valium for about a year and I didn't go to school."
In spring of 2016, Shead asked KG to sell her street-bought Valium tablets.
Chris, a former B&M store worker who played rugby and cricket for local clubs, had started taking cocaine after initially smoking cannabis but later switched to Valium, also known as Diazepam.