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It requires better desires, a nation-wide commitment to psychoactive abstinence, and zero tolerance for illicit intoxicants of any kind.
The patrols' mission will be to spot any drink drivers and motorists who drive their cars under the influence of drugs or any kind of intoxicants.
People use intoxicants to change the way they feel and satisfy their needs for psychological or physical stimulation," he says.
In addition to various traffic violations, Martin was booked on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant, feloniously evading arrest, and driving with a suspended license.
Cork councillor Michael McGrath said unless the issue is confronted, it could become the tragic new intoxicant that destroys communities and leaves families bereaved.
such a substance abuse problem, if you legalize another intoxicant, that intoxicant inevitably is going to find its way down to the kids of America," O'Reilly told Stroup.
My job became an intoxicant that I lusted after,'' he said.
Jackson is charged with one count of conspiracy to commit extortion, false imprisonment and child abduction; four counts of child molestation, one count of attempted child molestation, and four counts of furnishing an intoxicant for purposes of committing a felony.
Although the DEA probably would have sought to ban any newly popular intoxicant, the name change certainly didn't help.
We have to ask ourselves which is scarier: a dealer who sells an intoxicant to a willing buyer or a terrorist who murders people at random.
Everything, that is, except the music, a funky aural intoxicant spilling out of open windows and passing cars onto the tense streets of the black Athlone township.
Husbands said that technique also stimulates the pot plants to produce higher levels of tetrahydrocannabinol, commonly known as THC, which is the chief intoxicant in marijuana.