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Some reports even tie psychosis to the withdrawal episodes experienced while weaning off of phenibut.
THE NEWEST DANGEROUS HIGH: PHENIBUTEUGENE ROBINSONJANUARY 20, 2021OZY
In the meantime, San Diego is spending billions to diversify its local water supply in an effort to wean itself off the Colorado River.
It’s good that oil demand is waning as the world should be in a rush to wean itself off of fossil fuels.
A government push in 1970 to wean India off costly imports and manufacture cheaper medicines for its own citizens led to legal reforms that kickstarted growth of India’s generics industry.
Hyena moms nurse their cubs for around 14 months and help them get enough food even after they’re weaned.
He would not, however, wean the calf till the winter time, when she was shut up in the yard and fed on hay.
We were always the best of friends, and I even ventured gradually to wean them from cannibalism.
"Madame de la Fayette and I are using every effort to wean him from so dangerous an attachment," she writes to her daughter.
Then you must put your hand to the plough with a will; and the first thing to do is to wean him away from Saul Harrington.
THE MYNNS' MYSTERYGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
Suffering is not always punitive; it is sometimes disciplinary, designed to wean the good man from his sin.

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