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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She knew Charlton, a doorman, and - after a glue sniffing session in his flat on Fitzhamon Embankment in 1981 - described seeing him punching and slapping Karen until she fell.
As indicated by the images' titles, their causes range from the straightforward (Electric Radiator [all works 2007], Candles) to the shady (Insurance Job, Glue Sniffing Kids) to the grisly (Vandals, Abduction).
1998 - Father Paul Orchard, 88, who was stabbed to death by a homeless man addicted to glue sniffing at a Catholic Church in Oldbury, West Midlands;
A succession of teenagers have used the overgrown railway embankment at the rear of Bede Court, Chester-le-Street, for illegal drinking, glue sniffing and drug taking.
STUDENTS from Wirral have been praised by a government minister for raising awareness of the dangers of glue sniffing.
Station officer Danny Moynihan, of Radford Road station in Coventry, said neighbours had been complaining of people sleeping in the building and fire crews found evidence of glue sniffing.
Mr Pearson assured the witness that he has nothing to fear from the police, adding: 'If he is afraid to come forward because he was perhaps involved in some activity such as glue sniffing or drug taking, we are not interested in that.
Aside from loneliness and being the perpetual outsider (she is a Yank), she has encounters with the school bully, glue sniffing, arson, and a schoolgirl crush on her chemistry teacher that goes beyond friendship.
I got something to say to the people who live in San Francisco--also people who don't--who are reading all those punk ass, glue sniffing, ass licking, shit flicking magazines that aren't from San Francisco.
I know he's into glue sniffing and although he managed to stop for a while, I suspect he's started again.
Tep Darong, senior adviser to Cambodia's National Authority for Combating Drugs, said several types of drugs are now popular among young people, including amphetamines and glue sniffing.
While Government attempts to stamp out glue sniffing have led to a decline in abuse of adhesives, butane abuse is rising.