morphine addict

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morphine addict

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IN our report last week concerning Hozier's interview on RTE's Meaning of Life we incorrectly stated that Hozier said in that interview that his father, Mr John Byrne, became a morphine addict following treatment for a spinal injury.
A self-delusional morphine addict, her excuse is it helps her deal with failed dreams and the death of her infant son.
Diaz Grey falls in love with a pretty morphine addict and risks his career and his life to follow her through her own demise.
the treatment of morphine addiction with coca does not, therefore, result merely in the exchange of one kind of addiction for another--it does not turn the morphine addict into a coquero [a cocaine addict]; the use of coca is only temporary.
It then moves backward in time to his life with Southern belle and morphine addict Maud Miriam Noel; to the 1914 tragedy in Taliesin, where his lover and soul mate Mamah Cheney and her children were murdered; and finally, to Wright's marriage to Kitty Tobin, his loyal first wife and the mother of six of his children.
The two men were found guilty in September of turning a Saudi woman, the wife of one of the men's employer, into a morphine addict.
She does a remarkable job of ageing 30 years, looking like an arthritic, frail morphine addict just before her death, though she was only 47.
Referring to one of the motivations behind existing legislation, Venter said he had never seen a morphine addict among health care workers, 'pethadine sure, but not morphine'.
Twenty-year-old Sebastien (George Babluani) earns some spare cash repairing the roof of an ailing morphine addict (Philippe Passon).
Eugene O'Neill's mother became a morphine addict at his birth, his father was an actor who sacrificed artistic ambition to commercial success, his brother was an alcoholic and he himself was consumptive.
Art finally undecorated by sentiment, free from human rhetoric--art pure"--such is the ideal espoused by Ursula, photographer, morphine addict, and lover of the Dutch painter in Frederic Tuten's fourth novel.
After four years of Aaron Spelling, I couldn't have asked for a better thing to do than to play a morphine addict in a small independent film.