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noun as in aphrodisiac

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Cannabis use is also more likely to cause problems with certain groups of people, like those who are pregnant or breastfeeding, who have significant psychiatric disorders or who have a history of substance abuse, Poppers says.

From Time

Popper and Queen did not respond to a request for comment on this story.

When Popper told the paper about the agreement with Paramount, assistant managing editor Sam Dolnick, who oversees the Times’ film and audio departments, “freaked out,” according to three people familiar with the situation.

The paper approached Paramount to lock in their own deal that would have leaned on the GameStop reporting printed in the Times rather than rely on the material reported independently in Popper’s book.

We want to echo Popper and stress that bold conjectures are needed, too.

In the 20th century, the foremost advocate of black swan logic was Sir Karl Popper, the British philosopher of science.

Ben Popper is a reporter born and raised in Brooklyn, New York.

He was one of those who thoroughly enjoy being a "popper-in" at the boxes of friends where beauty sits triumphant.

But as they were studying over ways and means, Myrtle Popper came in with fresh information by way of Sassafras.

They would go rattling and rolling around on the ground everywhere, like pop-corn in a popper.

"I am going to try some of my pop-corn," he said suddenly, and started for the popper.

"An' pills like popper used to take," he continued when he had lowered the level of the water in his flask.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to popper, such as: spanish fly, turnon, and love drug.

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