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The law equates doping with a form of fraud, victimizing athletes, sponsors and audiences who expect clean and fair competition.
That meant a lot of late nights at the pool, where Ledecky had to fulfill post-race media obligations, go through doping control and attend medal ceremonies before she could board a bus back to the Olympic Village.
It’s been dope to see a lot of female rappers dominate the charts.
The stereotypes stretch from a detached, self-absorbed woman to a boundaryless dope, meddling and at times arriving uninvited with meatloaf.
I’m sort of like, is that allowed, but at the same time it’s dope and I’ve never seen anything like it.
Lamb said to himself, "That dope goes around in a rut and I'll get in one too just following him and then I will get sore."
"We'll have to dope out some way to get something to eat," said Mercer.
THE FIRE PEOPLERAY CUMMINGS
At any rate, we must now put our heads together and dope out just what to do in this smuggling case.
Of course a man will hate to believe that this is true of himself, but sooner or later money affects him as drugs do a dope-fiend.
THE CROW'S NESTCLARENCE DAY, JR.
To-day the covered wing is treated with a substance known as “dope,” which shrinks it till it is “tight as a drum.”
THE ROMANCE OF AIRCRAFTLAWRENCE YARD SMITH

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