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  • Rebellion against tradition was not articulated through drug-taking and while poets and writers of the time did cover sex in their arts, Syria did not experience a sexual revolution.

    Rajai Hakki: An Arab-American Iraq War Veteran Returns to the Middle East,

  • Rebellion against tradition was not articulated through drug-taking and while poets and writers of the time did cover sex in their arts, Syria did not experience a sexual revolution.

    Rajai Hakki: An Arab-American Iraq War Veteran Returns to the Middle East,

  • Never mind that his drug-taking that night extended, as far as we know, to getting a bit stoned.

    An Open Letter to Jan Moir

  • There have been no temper tantrums, no documented instances of peevish bad behaviour or shirtiness, no haughtiness or snobbishness, no unguarded utterances, no drug-taking or public drunkenness, no unsuitable girlfriends: precious little, in fact, for the tabloids to get their teeth into.

    Prince William: how he has coped with a life in the spotlight

  • Ersche and her team scanned the brains of 60 people who were dependent on cocaine and compared them to scans of 60 people without any history of drug-taking.

    Cocaine addiction linked to brain abnormalities

  • Looking back, this “promotion” in my drug-taking—from weed to hallucinogenics—was a threshold I should never have crossed.

    Fallin’ Up

  • Without their hands-on mother there to steer them clear of trouble, they also meshed with the new generation of club-crawling, hard-drinking, sometimes drug-taking aristocrats.

    William and Kate

  • Looking back, this “promotion” in my drug-taking—from weed to hallucinogenics—was a threshold I should never have crossed.

    Fallin’ Up

  • Without their hands-on mother there to steer them clear of trouble, they also meshed with the new generation of club-crawling, hard-drinking, sometimes drug-taking aristocrats.

    William and Kate

  • Ersche and her team scanned the brains of 60 people who were dependent on cocaine and compared them to scans of 60 people without any history of drug-taking.

    Cocaine addiction linked to brain abnormalities

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