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  • Drugs such as librium, valium, halycon, mogadon, ativan and temazepam produced enormous profits and created a new generation of addicts.

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  • Liberty or Death (more like librium and meth), move back to the Third Reich, where your ancestor illegally immigrated from, and stop turning the US into Amerika. anon said: "The drone wasn't over Iraq, it was over Iran."

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  • Tommy said: "Liberty or Death (more like librium and meth), move back to the Third Reich, where your ancestor illegally immigrated from, and stop turning the US into Amerika."

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  • I'll bet anything anyone wants to bet that they've had Commander Coocoo on librium for 8 years to damp down the effects of his drinking.

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  • Our relations with Chávez, Kirchner, with Lula in Brazil or with George Bush are all done under conditions of help, collaboration, equi-librium, respect for internal decisions and support for our own unique culture.

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  • The Poles are a special case worthy of mention — a country in the early modern period of great enlightenment and character — but whose ability to preserve their liberties was fatally weakened by the librium veto — perhaps an example worthy of our consideration of a constitution becoming a suicide pact.

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  • Take your librium, Bubba, and go bother some other forum.

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  • Birthday Party lurch around Australia established their ability to handle the unusual and controversial without becoming librium addicts, so with Vivian to handle Melbourne and the mysterious Edward Zimblis (no relation to Roman Totale XVII), they formed the syndicate.

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  • Certainly he would not try that again in a hurry; it had gotten him here, but at the expense of his feeling of equi - librium and well-being.

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  • For progress is no definable equi - librium position, and the product value may exceed or fall below its cost in particular cases.

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  • Obviously, I am no physician. Since it is said to be tranquilizer, I hoped it would be a mellowing agent. Surely there is an -ium word for that? But if it causes pandemonium, it's no good.

    July 4, 2007