toxy

toxicated

and toxy (ˈtɑksəkedəd and ˈtɑksi)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. The boss showed up totally toxicated after lunch and shocked the secretaries.

toxy

verb
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And from 1983 onwards she went back to working with Ardeshir Cowasjee, running his 'home' office, as Ms Jilani herself described it in a short bio that was published to introduce an article she wrote on Mr Cowasjee for Hamazor of the World Zoroastrian Organisation (edited by Toxy Cowasjee).
The miracle material called polyester fleece arrived, a collective bowhunters' prayer fulfilled, followed quickly by hunting-specific camouflage patterns from innovators such as Jim Crumley, Bill Jordan and Toxy Haas.
This year, I decided to invent the "Toxy" award to recognize achievement in preclinical drug development (it was either that or the "Adme").
Presented to the cleanest preclinical CRO facility in the industry, the Toxy goes to WIL Research in Ashland, OH.
Presented to the preclinical CRO with the best conference rooms for sponsor visits, the Toxy goes to SNBL-USA located in Everett, WA.
Presented to the preclinical CRO that offers lower cost alternatives, the Toxy goes to Sinclair Research in Columbia, MO.
Presented to the preclinical CRO that is happiest to see the end of winter, the Toxy goes to Covance in Madison, WI.
Presented to the preclinical CRO that made a recent notable addition to its staff, the Toxy goes to Frontier Biosciences in Chengdu, China.
Presented to the preclinical CRO whose stock is no longer publicly traded, the Toxy goes to Huntingdon Life Sciences.
Presented to the preclinical CRO that has contributed to boosting its local economy, the Toxy goes to MPI Research in Mattawan, MI.
Presented to the preclinical CRO that announced a recent partnership or acquisition, the Toxy goes to Ricerca Biosciences for the acquisition of MDS Pharma's assets in Lyon, France, Bothell, WA and Taipei, Taiwan.
The self-explanatory Toxy goes to Covance in Chandler, AZ.
Mumtaz "saw very little in those days of the father whom she loved" because of her marriage to a fugitive (59), Amina is "immobilized in a room in a tower" (101), the often ignored Padma is consigned to sitting in the narrator's "enchanted shadows" (121), and Toxy Catrack waits at "a barred top-floor window" because of mental illness (130).
(6.) Weiss MD, DeFries HO, Toxy JB, et al: Primary Small cell carcinomas of the Paranasal sinuses.