from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A crystalline compound, C20H25N3O, derived from lysergic acid and used as a powerful hallucinogenic drug. Also called acid.
- abbr. least significant digit
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- Initialism of £sd. (pounds, shillings, pence)
- Initialism of lysergic acid diethylamide.
- Initialism of Lake Shore Drive. (It is a freeway in Chicago.)
- Initialism of Long Slow Distance. (It is a training method of long-distance running.)
- Initialism of Longshore Drift. ( It is the movement of sand down a beach in relation to wave direction.)
- Initialism of Longshore drift. (This is a geological process by which sediments move along a beach shore.)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. lysergic acid diethylamide, a powerful hallucinogenic drug.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a powerful hallucinogenic drug manufactured from lysergic acid
“[LSD] is a design philosophy that requires the designer to recognize the various limit states for his/her structure and design to reduce the probability of each of these limit states being exceeded to an acceptably low level.”
Sorry girls, LSD is NOT on my list of new experiences for 2010.
Trust me, if you want to put another 50 points on your game, LSD is what you want.
In the world that we call Mother LSD is mixed in vats.
LSD is not a narcotic substance, Feldmar tried to explain, but an entheogen.
Entrepreneurial drug dealers capitalized, rationalized, and professionalized what had been a casual hippie trade in LSD and marijuana, and the fashion industry quickly appropriated countercultural aesthetics.
Even if the government completely regulated it, and only allowed each citizen one night a year to try it, I honestly believe people have a god given right to know what LSD is like.
LSD is one of the keys which open the compartment into which this drastic new programming can be introduced.
Essentially, my argument is that, if there is no direct harm in something such as LSD, which is not physically addictive either, then no one has the right to deny you of that experience.
For his unique model for inclusive growth, he used the term 'LSD' - referring to Goddesses,
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