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chronic

slang Marijuana, especially that which is particularly potent. Got any chronic? I need to forget this horrible day.
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chronic

n. very high quality marijuana containing lots of THC. (Probably from the association of THC with the use of marijuana in cases of chronic pain.) Where can I get some genuine chronic.
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Exploring factors influencing vascular access decisions with chronic hemodialysis patients and their nurses.
(95) Observing these traits in juvenile offenders does not necessarily present the "hallmark features" of adolescence that can be rehabilitated over time, as the Court writes, but instead can indicate the potential for chronic criminal behavior in adulthood that in fact, shows very little response to treatment over time.
For these reasons and others, lateness that has become chronic has to be handled.
Nurses' behaviors toward children with life threatening chronic illnesses often change when the children enter the terminal phase of their illness.
The episode in which McMurphy tries to get at least one of the Chronics to raise his hand in order to win the patients' right to watch the World Series on television represents a crucial turning point in the narrative.
For the chronic, seriously violent batterer, vigorous prosecution and substantial prison time are usually appropriate.
In 1946 she published in The Lancet her visionary paper `Care of the chronic aged sick' [1].
(1985) pointed out that chronic offenders (or |chronics') had only been identified retrospectively, and that penal policies such as selective incapacitation could only be contemplated if chronics could be identified prospectively.
They have been called "the young chronics" or, to use a more apt phrase, "veterans of the mental health wars".
Addressing a public gathering at QuaideAzam Residency here at Ziarat in connection with birth anniversary celebrations of founder of Pakistan Mohammad Ali Jinnah on Thursday, he termed QuaideAzam's personality as a source of inspiration to steer the country out of current chronics.
pa in th The Scots, whose national pastime is looking for money in the street (as if any Scots dropping it would allow it to reach that far), tonight face Croatia, so it's the Mandzukics, the Modrics and Olics against the Chronics. Croatia are 5-6 to win to nil - go collectic.
The result is what it is: a rich cast of characters that includes a ward full of patients divided into "Acutes," with possibly temporary mental illnesses; "Chronics" who probably will never live outside an institution again; and the deviously controlling Nurse Ratched and her minions.
And da chronics was cool cuz dey was still getting even more high now.
For example, trajectory-based research identifies a group of offenders ("late-onset chronics") who are not anticipated by previous theory.
He urged for a positive action aimed at helping them come out of the chronics as per International Labour Organization.