noids

noids

slang Short for "synthetic cannabinoids," synthetic drugs that produce psychological and physiological effects similar to cannabis. I prefer real weed over noids. Who knows what's really in that stuff?

noid

n. a paranoid person. Some of those noids write hilarious letters to the editor.
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ISSUANCE OF CERTAIN RFES AND NOIDS: REVISIONS TO ADJUDICATOR'S
(3.) Health Protection Agency (2012) Statutory Notifications of Infectious Diseases (Noids) England and Wales.
Nevertheless, it has excellent nutritional quality because it contains high protein, high levels of fibers, minerals and phytochemicals such as flavo noids (MATEOS-APARICIO et al., 2010; VILLANUEVA et al., 2011).
Sl/No Compounds Examples Sources [beta]-carotene Fucoxanthin Chondrus crispu s Antheraxanthin, Mastocarpus stellatus 1 Carotenoids Lutein, Brown algae Violaxanthin, Red algae Xanthophylls Zeaxanthin Catechin, Epicatechin Gallate Taonia atomaria Fl avonoid s Cystoseira species 2 Phenols Ph lorotannins Palmaria palmata Stypodiol Sargassum pallidum Isoepitaondiol Fucus vesicu losus Taond iol Terpe noids 3 Pigments Phycoerythrin Red algae Phycocyanin Chondrus crispu s 4 Vitamins Ascorbate Mastocarpus stellatus Vitamin A Sargassumsp.
(2005) Endocannabi noids control the induction of cerebellar LTD.
Research studies shows that miswak contains certain natural chemi- cal compounds which plays an important role in maintaining good oral hygiene.8 These compounds are alkaloids (salvadorine), benzylisothiocyanate (BIT), calcium, chloride, essential oils, fluoride, resin, silica, sulfated compounds, tannins, salicyl- ic acid, sterol, trimethylamine, saponins and flave- noids.7,8 It costs little and is easily available in many parts of the world.7 In the year 2000 an international consensus report on oral hygiene concluded that miswak can be a good oral hygiene tool and further research should be done to test its efficacy against oral pathogens.8
Total appearance of curcumi noids in the blood was substantially highest with the formula using a hydrophilic carrier, cellulosic derivatives and natural antioxidants (46-fold over standard).
It shows that several enzymes of the cytochrome P450 are inhibited thus decreasing the production of toxic metabolic intermediates.25-26 In addition to its hepatoprotective actions, silymarin is shown to be effective in other organs including lung and brain; and to inhibit tumour growth and promotion in several types of cancer.27-28 Amongst the flavo- noids, which have proven antioxidative, antiviral or anticarcinogenic properties like glycyrrhizin, phyll- anthin, silybin, picroside and baicalein, can serve as primary compounds for further development as he- patoprotective drugs.35
I will be forced to wear a Ghirardelli chocolate patch on my upper arm that will slowly feed me the chocolate noids I need while preventing the fattening parts from collecting around my mid-section.
Following in the proud tradition that brought us singing California Raisins, the Dominos Pizza 'Noids and Li'l Penny talking dolls, Upper Deck is teaming up with Nike to launch ,a limited-edition four-figure collection of 'Athlete LeBron' urban vinyl sports action figures that will sport removable, Nike-branded shoes and togs.
An additional data source was the Notifications of Infectious Disease System (NOIDS) (available from: URL: www.phls.co.uk/facts/NOIDS/noid.htm).
HPLC-fingerprint analysis of the 50% alcoholic extract shows several peaks of flavo noids which ranged between 7 to 18 minutes retention time (see Figure HPLC).
fescue noid duced duriuscula "Heron" Poaceae Festuca Hard 11.2 Grami- Intro- brevipila fescue noid duced Chariot Poaceae Festuca Creeping 17.9 Grami- Intro- rubra red fescue noid duced Fabaceae White 7.8 Legume 3 Trifolium repens clover Fabaceae Lotus Birdsfoot 9.0 Legume 3 corniculatus trefoil Notes: All species are perennial except redtop (annual).
Osawa, "Identification and antioxidant activity of flavo noid metabolites in plasma and urine of Eriocitrin-treated rats," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.
Sella: The midpoint of the pituitary fossa of the sphe- noid bone.