- n. Plural form of narcotic.
“They are what we call narcotics; they just deaden the nerves to pain without doing anything whatever to relieve or remove the cause.”
“In other words, if we jettisoned/relaxed drug laws, the trade in narcotics, too, could be rendered safer via sensible regulations.”
“Your analogy to narcotics is fundamentally flawed.”
“Legalizing narcotics is the USER country solution.”
“Maybe he should open up 'about his wife's drug addiction and theft of narcotics from a medical charity she started in the 90's.”
“The sole purpose of narcotics is intoxication, which is not the purpose of drink or tobacco' electro-kevin”
“- The sole purpose of narcotics is intoxication, which is not the purpose of drink or tobacco.”
“The original term narcotics meant drugs that induce narcosis or sleep, so it's a very inaccurate term.”
“The distribution of drugs and narcotics is outlawed.”
“Furthemore, we shouldn't be expected by our patients to prescribe heavy-dose, long-term narcotics for chronic medical problems.”
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