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LSD

n. lysergic acid diethylamide, a hallucinogenic drug. (Initialism. Drugs. A mainstay of the 1960s and 1970s drug culture.) LSD isn’t the problem it used to be, but it’s far from gone.
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Duvall did not lose his teaching credentials and can be hired as a special education teacher in Michigan or any other state, despite his guilty plea and well-documented, lengthy record of abusive behavior involving students in LSD.
By contrast, "rarely" (less than monthly) was the most commonly reported frequency of use for cocaine, opiates, MDMA, LSD and psilocybin in this sample.
The LSD car is on permanent display in the Transport Gallery at Tolson Memorial Museum in Ravensknowle Park.
Together, they set up a lab in the farmhouse, quietly going about producing some of the purest LSD available anywhere in the world.
The Government's chief drugs advisor has reportedly been sacked after claiming cannabis, ecstasy and LSD were less dangerous than cigarettes and alcohol.
Dyck's book examines the rise and fall of experiments, which began in the 1950s, to use LSD to treat a variety of psychiatric conditions.
LSD promotions' director Dermot McIllicuddy added: "We took over the running of the sunday market 15 years ago when it was going through a difficult time.
However, the subsequent history of LSD use deeply tarnished its image.
Albert Hofmann, the Swiss chemist who discovered the hallucinogenic drug LSD, has died aged 102, the organisation that recently republished his book on the mind-altering substance has confirmed.
The NUA in an LSD of employer securities is excluded from the recipient's gross income under Sec.
There was another, more compelling, reason: All my friends who took LSD, which is to say just about all my friends at the time, had a thoroughly bad experience with it.
Albert and the LSD Revelation Revolution is to the right) and Hofmann himself (who says his first deliberate self-experiment with LSD was a bad trip that induced paranoia and anxiety).
Drugs surely played a constitutive part in its genesis, but if LSD is posited as the essence of an art form, the latter is reduced to a kind of religious art--exactly the reason why the art system overruled psychedelic art as being a form of escapism in the first place.
That contained Charles Ray's ``Yes,'' a luminously smooth portrait of the California artist high on LSD.
USS GUNSTON HALL LSD 5--May 1-3, 2005, Las Vegas, Nevada, Contact Ron Kennedy, Phone (623) 907-3688, Website www.