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1 Evidence of links with drug dealers has discredited the President.
2 She alleged that there was rampant drug use among the male members of the group.
3 Drug traffickers operate across national boundaries.
4 The company has introduced random drug testing of its employees.
5 He believes the government already is lenient with drug traffickers.
6 The drug can be harmful if taken in excess.
7 They claim that the new drug normalizes blood pressure.
8 The drug is variously known as crack or freebase.
9 Sales of the drug have been stopped,[www.Sentencedict.com] pending further research.
10 The drug is often prescribed for ulcers.
11 'Drugs' are associated in most people's minds with drug abuse.
12 Ecstasy is widely misrepresented as a soft drug.
13 She helped him fight his drug addiction.
14 It's you and your scent like a drug to me.
15 The drug is effective against a range of bacteria.
16 Drug abuse poses a major threat to the fabric of our society.
17 He's only 24 years old and a drug addict.
18 Mental disorders, drug use and hypnosis can all cause people to hallucinate.
19 Under the influence of the drug my mind was filled with surreal images.
20 The child reacted to the drug by going into convulsions.
21 They're hailing it as the new wonder drug.
22 The new drug has become the subject of heated debate within the medical profession.
23 One of the side effects of the drug is an increased susceptibility to infections.
24 The drug is not harmful per se, but is dangerous when taken with alcohol.
25 Even innocuous substances can sometimes register a positive result in a drug test.
26 The bodies were identified as those of two suspected drug dealers.
27 Queensland heroin users will be able to detoxify rapidly on Naltrexone after a two-year clinical trial of the controversial drug begins in Brisbane this week.
28 The police have kept the nightclub under surveillance because of suspected illegal drug activity.
29 Much of the crime in this area is related to drug abuse.
30 The four men arrested were described as really big fish by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency.