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  • noun A phenothiazine derivative antipsychotic drug.

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Examples

  • The British Horseracing Authority have confirmed that Meeznah, second in the Oaks in June, has been disqualified after testing position for a metabolite of acepromazine, a banned substance.

    Fighting Fifth may switch to Wetherby following Newcastle abandonment

  • Relatives of the Opinion have been on the defensive lately, and to a man have asserted to the media that Glenn Beck does not eat paste, rather he eats crayons dipped in ethanol and acepromazine.

    Archive 2009-08-30

  • Relatives of the Opinion have been on the defensive lately, and to a man have asserted to the media that Glenn Beck does not eat paste, rather he eats crayons dipped in ethanol and acepromazine.

    The Opinuary Column

  • Another option, with reportedly mixed results, Thayer said, is adding tiny amounts of acepromazine, a prescribed tranquilizer, to a pet's food or water.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Another option, with reportedly mixed results, Thayer said, is adding tiny amounts of acepromazine, a prescribed tranquilizer, to a pet's food or water.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Another option, with reportedly mixed results, Thayer said, is adding tiny amounts of acepromazine, a prescribed tranquilizer, to a pet's food or water.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Another option, with reportedly mixed results, Thayer said, is adding tiny amounts of acepromazine, a prescribed tranquilizer, to a pet's food or water.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Another option, with reportedly mixed results, Thayer said, is adding tiny amounts of acepromazine, a prescribed tranquilizer, to a pet's food or water.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Another option, with reportedly mixed results, Thayer said, is adding tiny amounts of acepromazine, a prescribed tranquilizer, to a pet's food or water.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Another option, with reportedly mixed results, Thayer said, is adding tiny amounts of acepromazine, a prescribed tranquilizer, to a pet's food or water.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

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