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sidney

slang LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), a synthetic hallucinogenic drug. Possibly derived from a phonetic shortening of "acid" (a common slang term for LSD) to "sid," then expanding that abbreviation to match the name "Sidney." There were a few people passing around tabs of sidney at the concert. A: "What the heck is wrong with Tom?" B: "Oh, just tripping on sidney. He'll be fine."

sidney

n. the hallucinogenic drug LSD. (Drugs. Also capitalized.) Sidney and I have a little business trip planned.
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For the first time, visitors to The Rodd can also explore Sidney's former home, Rodd Court, which he shared with his wife Mary.
Saddened by news of the passing on of Sidney Mambala Felix, a young and bubbly boy.
Just after midnight, in the opening action of D-Day, Sidney was dropped into Normandy with B Company of the 7th Parachute Battalion.
I didn't like the looks of Sidney. Kinky hair, sleepy yellow eyes, a voice with a slur in it like he'd been sampling his own merchandise.
While in the Marines, Sidney continued with his love and desire to train dogs by getting involved and participating in Schutzhund and NAPWDA trials.
Sidney and Gwen went on to have two daughters, one being Neil's mother, Hilary, who is 87.
She was no mother to me," Sidney wrote ((http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-4773136/RHOC-s-Tamra-Judge-accused-neglect-daughter.html) via Daily Mail ).
Council staff say Sidney suffered heartache four years ago, when his then partner died of natural causes but had recently found a new partner, who was named Shona.
Sidney is a man torn - between his faith and his love for his best friend Amanda.
However, the ever "unlikely" crime-solving partnership of Robson Green (Police Inspector Geordie Keating) and James Norton (vicar Sidney Chambers) are not in the least disgruntled at the prospect of keeping their clothes on.
Dundalk, MD, November 08, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Introducing the latest book by Baltimore author Dennis Sidney Martin.
One example is in Sidney, Nebraska, where over the past four years, Black Hills Energy has invested in several projects totaling over $820,000 in investments and 37,000 feet of new pipeline.
The public careers, domestic lives, and historical sensibilities of the Sidney family of Penshurst during the Tudor and Stuart periods are richly documented by an unusual blend of literary works, private and official correspondence, estate papers, library lists, and personal miscellanea.