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Further investigation by the claims specialist revealed that a collector market for antique wild animal-control tranquilizer guns is non-existent.
The Age of Anxiety: A History of America's Turbulent Affair with Tranquilizers. By Andrea Tone (New York: Basic Books, 2008.
Environmental police eventually shot it with a tranquilizer gun.
The book looks at how tranquilizers supported social stability in post-World War II America, an age marked by atomic anxiety, economic expansion, and family strain prompted by a baby boom and rapid suburbanization.
Andrea Tone's The Age of Anxiety: A History of America's Turbulent Affair with Tranquilizers is a sweeping analysis of the emergence of the drug in the United States.
* Tranquilizers and barbiturates are used to treat anxiety, panic attacks, and sleep disorders.
But as soon he took a rest he was hit by six tranquilizer darts and carried back to his cage.
The team injected each elephant with a dart of tranquilizer, winched the immobilized animal to the edge of the truck, and then woke it up only enough to walk into the vehicle.
Also, Golden Key's new Tranquilizer Stabilizer utilizes the vibration-controlling properties of [LimbSaver.sup.TM] technology from Sims Vibration Labs.
"The more appropriate place for kava is if you're about to be prescribed a tranquilizer to treat your mild or moderate anxiety," says Jerry Cott of the National Institute of Mental Health.
A member of the research group hiding with a tranquilizer dart was the threat.
To promote a tranquilizer, they treated a group of psychiatrists to a night at the opera.