We managed to through a crack in the rock wall. Like other forms of cocaine, smoking crack can increase heart rate and blood pressure, leading to long-term cardiovascular problems. To punch someone in an. Wikimedia Commons has media related to. Especially of Georgians by 1808, though often extended to residents of northern Florida.
But when the nickname is used by outsiders, it is usually with disparaging intent and perceived as insulting by Georgians and Floridians. When we showed him the pictures of the murder scene, he cracked. Crack vaporizes near temperature 90 °C 194 °F , much lower than the cocaine hydrochloride melting point of 190 °C 374 °F. See also Look up in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. All of these descriptions of crack are similar.
Using sophisticated technologies, scientists are now finding that exposure to cocaine during fetal development may lead to subtle, yet significant, later deficits in some children, including deficits in some aspects of cognitive performance, information-processing, and attention to tasks—abilities that are important for success in school. Effects of crack cocaine include , supreme confidence, loss of appetite, , alertness, increased energy, a craving for more cocaine, and potential paranoia ending after use. To wreck a vehicle in an accident: cracked up on the expressway. Like many other words over the centuries, crack was into the with the craic. Origin of crackMiddle English craken from Old English cracian ; see gerə- 2 in Indo-European roots. I'll be with you in a crack. Society and culture Synonyms atari; base; bazooka; beamers; beemers; bebe; bee-bee; berry; bing; bolo; bomb; boulder; boulders; butter; caine; cane; Casper; Casper the ghost; cavvy; chemical; chewies; cloud; cloud nine; crills; crunch and munch; dip; famous dimes; fan; fish scale; fries; fry; glo; golfball; gravel; grit; hail; hamburger; helper; hubba; ice cube; kangaroo; kibbles and bits; kibbles; krills; lightem; paste; patico; pebbles; pee wee; pony; raw; ready; ready rocks; redi rocks; roca; rock; rooster; rox; Roxanne; scud; Scotty; scramble; scruples; seven-up; sherm; sherms; sleet; snowballs; stones; teeth; tension; top gun; tweak; ultimate; wash; white cloud; work; yahoo; yay; yayoo; yeah-O; yeyo; yeo; yuck.
Has anyone got a crack for DocumentWriter 3. This involves anxiety, depression, irritability, extreme fatigue and possibly paranoia. I'd love to crack open a beer. While tolerance to the high can occur, users might also become more sensitive to cocaine's local anesthetic pain killing and convulsant seizure inducing effects, without increasing the dose taken; this increased sensitivity may explain some deaths occurring after apparent low doses of cocaine. Crack cocaine is commonly used as a recreational drug. The increased penalties for crack cocaine possession and usage. The latter is the most distributed methodology for cracking software licenses.
Large amounts of crack cocaine several hundred milligrams or more intensify the user's high, but may also lead to bizarre, erratic, and violent behavior. It was later found that this was a gross exaggeration. Look up in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Overdose A typical response among users is to have another hit of the drug; however, the levels of in the brain take a long time to replenish themselves, and each hit taken in rapid succession leads to progressively less intense highs. Under either spelling, the term has great cultural currency and significance in Ireland. You have to before you can put it in the. It was coined in the 1980s by hackers who wanted to disassociate themselves from the more malicious practices carried out by hackers.
Michael Cronin and Barbara O'Connor, ed. To make a small gap on the surface of an object. The claim that cocaine is much more addictive when smoked must be reexamined. Its initial effect is to release a large amount of , a brain chemical inducing feelings of. A large crack had formed in the roadway. To have a mental or physical breakdown: crack up from overwork. Theres a crack on the sidewalk over here.
Symptoms include fever, hemoptysis and difficulty breathing. Crack offers a short but intense to smokers. Some research suggests that smoking crack or freebase cocaine has additional health risks compared to other methods of taking cocaine. The performance was fine until he cracked that dead baby joke. Craic has also been used in since at least the early 1990s, though it is unknown if it was borrowed directly from Irish or from English. The solid form of the illicit, recreational drug, cocaine.
Cracker is always disparaging and offensive when used to refer to a poor white person in the South; the word in this sense often implies that the person is regarded as ignorant or uneducated. Addiction Main article: Crack cocaine is popularly thought to be the most addictive form of cocaine. As a rule of thumb, it is profoundly unwise to take crack-cocaine. It is at this point that the oil is picked up rapidly, usually with a pin or long thin object. Crack in America: Demon Drugs and Social Justice.