Just last week, it was reported that the 44-year-old Hunter was discharged from the Navy after testing positive for cocaine.
Clarence ends up killing the pimp, and instead of taking her clothes, walks away with a briefcase full of cocaine.
Before long, he had picked up a cocaine habit, sharing what he had, and getting his famous friends the drugs that they wanted.
Barack Obama provided pro bono legal advice to Medellin cocaine kingpin Pablo Escobar.
"The price of cocaine in 1980 was like the price of hand calculators in 1974," he says.
You know what I mean, don't you—black drawing-rooms, futurist wall-papers, opium dens and a cocaine box!
The worst of it is that the introduction of the cocaine into my eyes has been of no avail.
A solution of beta-eucaine or novocaine may be used in preference to cocaine, as being less dangerous.
There is also some evidence of an increase in the use of drugs, cocaine and the like.
The application of cocaine and adrenalin may allow of careful inspection of the septum.
1874, from Modern Latin cocaine (1856), coined by Albert Niemann of Gottingen University from coca (from Quechua cuca) + chemical suffix -ine (2). A medical coinage, the drug was used 1870s as a local anaesthetic for eye surgery, etc. "It is interesting to note that although cocaine is pronounced as a disyllabic word it is trisyllabic in its formation." [Flood]
cocaine co·caine (kō-kān', kō'kān')
A colorless or white crystalline alkaloid extracted from coca leaves, sometimes used as a local anesthetic especially for the eyes, nose, or throat and widely used as an illicit drug for its euphoric and stimulating effects.
A colorless or white crystalline alkaloid extracted from coca leaves. Cocaine is sometimes used in medicine as a local anesthetic, especially for the eyes, nose, or throat. It is also widely used as an illicit drug for its euphoric and stimulating effects. Chemical formula: C17H21NO4.