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junkie

and junky (ˈdʒəŋki)
1. n. a drug dealer. (Drugs.) Junkies should be put into the jug.
2. n. a drug user; an addict. (Drugs.) Junkies have to steal to support their habits.

junky

verb
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'She told me she wanted to play,' recounted Junky, unbeknownst of the potential his daughter possessed.
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His mother, however, must have taken his words ad litteram when, a few hours before all this happened, she received his suicide note, with some rather awkward apology, but with no regrets, in the same junky style that informs his poem "Youth," for example: "Youth no longer needs me/It has just found how to procreate on its own/It's thrown me off-balance/And it won't look behind, for me/She's after the fish that are swimming happily/Already acquainted with the hot oil in the frying pan."
Called The Road Junky Sahara Retreat, the programme will be held in the Moroccan Sahara from January 27 to February 2, 2013, making it the third time that the retreat has been held in the desert.
6 -- If you're a social networking junky with a fixation with taking Instagram photos, you might have noticed that those images are not appearing right when posted on Twitter.
The existing model boasts of a 3500dpi laser, enough to get any first person shooter junky hopped up on excitement, but the newer version almost doubles the precision with a 6400 dpi laser.
We learn how to paint a portrait in the style of Van Gogh; make a funky junky sculpture with Picasso; learn about Leonardo's crazy machines; paint with Degas; learn about Matisse's cool colour creations; and bring to life Monet's wild wet colours while finally attempting Cezanne's charcoal challenge.
I'm not sure it can be classed as a holiday - dashing around between shows can be quite exhausting - but it really is heaven on earth for a theatre junky like me.
Queer, Burroughs' second novel, was written after Junky and before Yage Letters.
For the first time since its closing in October, founder Fred Bramante visited one of his Daddy's Junky Music stores in December--the location in downtown Boston.
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Among the local artists on display are jewellery maker The Stone Ranger, husband and wife team Junky Chicken, Faithful Creations, Sally T, Driftaway and youngsters studying GCSE art and design who've supplied their work and been given a platform by Mitchka.
"We like to be copied--it's the highest form of flattery--but we wanted it done in a decent way, not junky," De Veirman said about the new line.