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In June 2014, narcotics Detective Thomas Ramirez and his partner stopped a car in Queens for a traffic infraction.

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That’s because the word “narcotic” once meant any drug that was forbidden.

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In the United States, for example, drugs such as cocaine used to be called narcotics.

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Other drugs such as alcohol can sometimes be called narcotics as well.

Scientists Say: NarcoticBethany BrookshireOctober 26, 2020Science News For Students

Matthew O’Deane started off as a National City police officer in 1992, then became a San Diego gang and narcotics investigator, a gang prosecution unit investigator, and now teaches upcoming police officers.

It is antispasmodic, narcotic and toxic, and is used quite commonly with criminal intent in India and Indo-China.

The visions, as reported by those who have recovered from the influence of the narcotic, are not of any considerable value.

When given in small doses, their narcotic operation may hardly be perceived.

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They make use of a narcotic drink called Ayahuasca, which produces effects similar to those of opium.

In the first place, we want some precise definition of the quite vaguely understood word, "narcotic."

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