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crackhead

n. a user of crack. (Drugs.) They brought an eight-year-old crackhead in for treatment.
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What is my business is that the money-grubbing "news" networks see fit to give a forum to someone who should be consigned to suffer the ignominy she so richly deserves - a career as a sideshow attraction along with the dwarfs, crackheads and porn stars on the aforementioned Howard Stern show.
They were just a couple of crackheads and my mates ran out and subdued them very quickly.
The Ten" also includes cartoon "The Lying Rhino," a fable related among crackheads.
Listening to modern fears about black crackheads, one is reminded of the warnings about "cocaine niggers" heard in the run-up to the Harrison Narcotics Act of 1914.
Drug crackheads would gatecrash the homes of elderly and vulnerable tenants to take their fix.
Well, I suspect her glittering, golden world is about to come crashing down around her ears now because, if he's got any sense, Jefferson Hack, the father of their daughter Lila, will launch a custody battle to get his little girl away from his ex and all the crackheads she chooses to hang around with.
The question is, can we turn crackheads into artists?
But it is becoming a drug controlled by violent, professional drug traffickers, who routinely mix the drug with more dangerous, addictive--and, hence, profitable--substances, and who aim to convert today's Ecstasy users into tomorrow's crackheads, to turn Ecstasy into what it has not yet become: A gateway drug.
The stories are about how violent and frightening London has become, and in Jack and Tony we have two cops who are tough enough to put the gun-toting crackheads where they belong - in jail.
Life lesson number 4,015: Don't buy weed from crackheads.
Now 38, Jennifer grew up in a modest apartment on the Upper West Side of New York - an area she described as "pretty seedy", with crackheads on the corner nearby.
The suggestion implicit in Parks' motion to return to a zero-tolerance policy -- that the LAPD's many tests might still allow crackheads onto the force -- is simply ludicrous.
The building is on the street where his immigrant grandparents settled and his mother was born, but it now resembles a war zone populated by crackheads, dealers and assorted skanks.
The stories are about how violent and frightening London has become, and in Jack and Tony we have two cops tough enough to put the gun-toting crackheads where they belong - in jail.