n.1.(Med.) Poisoning, or the state of being poisoned, from toxic substances produced within the body; autotoxæmia.
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THE MANIC STREET PREACHERS Auto-Intoxication Velvet Underground legend John Cale guests on this track.
Velvet Underground legend and fellow Welshman John Cale adds harsh-edged, teeth-jangling piano to Auto-Intoxication, while Velvet Revolver bassist Duff McKagan pops up on A Billion Balconies Facing The Sun.
5 AUTO-INTOXICATION Perhaps the spikiest, artiest thing on the album, includes a contribution from legendary Welsh musician and former Velvet Underground member John Cale.
In the presence of the diseased, poor digestion, yeast over-growth (candida), irritable bowel syndrome, chronic constipation and diarrhoea, auto-intoxication can occur - literally 'self-poisoning' (the re-absorption of soluble wastes into the blood stream).
But that is not all the bowels may not be the most glamorous subject in the world but the fact is, if you are eating a lot of stodgy foods, the poor digestive tract can become a route of auto-intoxication whereby toxic waste stuck in the body gradually builds up, leading to feelings of fatigue and lethargy, not a pretty picture.
This language is usually extremely "high-falutin," and often meaningless -- and if it is actually meaningless, it is simply an exaggerated instance of verbal auto-intoxication.
The extensional artist is the disciplined, self-challenging artist who is not given over exclusively to self-hypnotism auto-intoxication and self-congratulatory excesses.
He called it "General Semantics," designed for adequately formulating those structures and combatting neuro-linguistic auto-intoxication.