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high

1. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. They went out for the evening to get high, and for no other reason.
2. n. a state of euphoria caused by drugs or alcohol. His life is nothing but one high after another.

high

on/off the hog Slang
In a lavish or extravagant manner: lived high on the hog after getting his inheritance.
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Similarly, the national High School and Beyond (HSB) survey found that of seniors who planned to get a college degree, only 38% actually completed a degree in the 10 years following graduation (National Center for Education Statistics, 1995).
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The statistical breakdown is surprising: We have one Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) for every 25 professional and collegiate athletes compared to only one ATC for every 5,500 high school athletes (Stopka, 1988).