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angel dust

[′ān·jəl ‚dəst]
(pharmacology)
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The antibodies appear to mimic effects produced by the drug phencyclidine (PCP), also known as angel dust, which produces a schizophrenia-like syndrome by blocking the NMDA glutamate receptor.
| Morena Baccarin and Ryan Reynolds star in Deadpool A recruiter from an experimental program known as WeaponX invites Wade to undergo a radical procedure but sadistic program director Ajax and henchwoman Angel Dust transform him into a hideously deformed mutant with the power of self-healing.
FORMER Special Forces operative Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) undergo a radical procedure to cure cancer but sadistic program director Ajax and henchwoman Angel Dust transform him into a mutant with the power of self-healing.
DEADPOOL (15) FORMER Special Forces operative Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) undergo a radical procedure to cure cancer but sadistic program director Ajax and henchwoman Angel Dust transform him into a mutant with the power of self-healing.
Sadistic program director Ajax (Ed Skrein) and henchwoman Angel Dust (Gina Carano) torture and abuse Wade, transforming him into a hideously deformed mutant with the power of self-healing.
He also finds himself up against the evil Angel Dust (mixed martial arts star Gina Carano).
Mixed martial artist Gina Carano plays Ajax's super-strong right hand woman, Angel Dust.
With the reluctant help of two X-Men, he takes on the evil Ajax (Brit Ed Skrein) - who had transformed him into Deadpool - and brutal sidekick Angel Dust (Gina Carano, rather wasted here), in a full-on fight to the death.
Punk Elegies: True Tales of Death Trip Kids, Wrongful Sex, and Trial by Angel Dust is set on Hollywood Boulevard in the 1970s and presents the reflections and delusions of a young man who liberally partakes of a counterculture immersed in drugs, sex, and swearing.
Music Maiden New England with Faith No More tribute Angel Dust, 8:30 p.m.
When Bodega Bamz was in his early teens, he hit a blunt laced with angel dust. He got scared, and rushed to the most welcoming place he could think of at the time.
But was it wise of Prisons minister Jeremy Wright to reveal that cons are not checked for LSD, angel dust or magic mushrooms because "there is little indication they are misused in prisons".