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Before the opening credits have run, the ex-wife of Thomas Laurent (Mathieu Kassovitz) and mother of grim 13-year-old Ève (Fantine Harduin) falls into in a coma from an overdose of her anti-depressants.
Marijuana remains listed federally as a Schedule I drug, a depressant with high abuse potential.
In early 2016, Paetzold told the judge, Bean stopped taking anti-depressants and his alcohol consumption increased.
Graphite, molybdenum and other compounds are used. • Pour-point depressants: Just because the 0° F viscosity rating is low doesn't mean the oil will flow readily at low temperatures.
Alcohol is a depressant and can interfere with your sleep.
Sunflower hummus with flaxseed crackers sounds like a depressant at a vegan commune, but the creamy swirl of nut butter is suffused with tangy artichoke and almost cheesy thanks to nutritional yeast.
At the scene, her mobile phone which was playing music, a photo of her grandfather and two packs of anti-depressants were found and later, a suicide note in her bedroom was also uncovered.
Antihistamines, anti-depressants, anti-hypertensives, and even oral contraceptives can lead to tear film deficiencies as well.
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Definition of depressant for English Language Learners
: a chemical substance (such as a drug) that makes a body's systems less active
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