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powdered up

slang Intoxicated with cocaine (which is typically ground into a powder and snorted into one's nostrils). I could tell by her eyes, her twitchy behavior, and her constant sniffing that she was totally powdered up. We spent the whole night drinking beer and getting powdered up.
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powdered

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The main reasons of import of powdered milk (skimmed milk powder, whey powder, growing up milk powders/ infant formulas etc.) in Pakistan are low productivity of indigenous dairy animals and rising demand of milk and milk products during lean period (May to September), usage of recipe dairy/ milk formulas/products etc.
'The Food and Drug Administration (FDA or Agency) has determined that Powdered Surgeon's Gloves, Powdered Patient Examination Gloves, and Absorbable Powder for Lubricating a Surgeon's Glove present an unreasonable and substantial risk of illness or injury and that the risk cannot be corrected or eliminated by labeling or a change in labeling,' according to the US FDA advisory.
Meanwhile, a 3D metal "printing" process uses a variant of the ink-jet rapid-prototyping technique to create molds from layers of powdered steel and a heat-cured polymeric binder.
The Bayreuth team is now testing other powdered metals.
US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed a ban on powdered patient examination and surgeons gloves and absorbable powder for lubricating surgeons gloves.
In some instances, such as the spread of powdered metal parts in motor vehicles, these applications represent an ongoing evolution.
Whisk until dissolved and add ginger and clove powders, milk and powdered milk.
Zinstabe zinc-based foam activator/stabilizers in powdered form for calendered PVC and plastisol foams.
The clear coat goes on like powdered sugar, and dries clear when it is baked.
Now, a team of scientists has demonstrated that tiny, round particles of tungsten disulfide, typically 120 nanometers in diameter, make an even better lubricant than the powdered version.
Each display begins as a papier mache shell filled with a mixture of powdered chemicals.
In the late 70s and early 80s, powdered rubber technology was developed considering economical and quality aspects.
Powder metallurgy is used to process powdered feedstock to manufacture various types of components across several industries globally.