Did you possibly mean arbitrate?
- n. Plural form of barbiturate.
“Butalbital belongs to the group of medicines called barbiturates .”
“Butalbital is in a class of drugs called barbiturates that slow down your central nervous system and cause relaxation.”
“The barbiturates are the most favoured alternatives to heroin.”
“To make a simple analogy, it is a bit like how one can get certain effects from alcoholic beverages when wide awake vs. when tired or stressed vs. in combination with other drugs such as barbiturates or anti-depressants.”
“In physician-assisted suicide a doctor supplies a death-causing means, such as barbiturates, but the patient performs the act that brings about death.”
“Africa - alcoholic beverages of unsuspecting people were being laced with hypnotic drugs such as barbiturates and benzodiazepines.”
“Anyway, here it all is again: the Kennedys, Arthur Miller, barbiturates, an end.”
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“He said he'd done a stint in a rehab clinic in Arizona and was recovering from addictions to alcohol, sleeping pills and barbiturates — habits he blamed on the pressures of the high-stakes fashion industry.”
“They were also really into bands like Journey and Rush, which I saw as yet another sign that opiates and barbiturates cause brain damage.”
“Drugs which are distributed in fat, e.g., barbiturates, will have an increased volume of distribution. 10 Drugs which distribute in body water, e.g., lithium, would have a lower volume of distribution, and would consequently need to be administered in a lower dose. 10”
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Takes 12-15 years and $800 million to bring a drug to the market. For every 10,000 compounds that go through animal studies, 10 will go to human trials (3 phases) to get 1 to the market.
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