Blue pill


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(Med.) A pill of prepared mercury, used as an aperient, etc.
Blue mass.

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He was taken ill in the night - quite prostrate he was - in consequence of Crab; and after being drugged with black draughts and blue pills, to an extent which Demple (whose father was a doctor) said was enough to undermine a horse's constitution, received a caning and six chapters of Greek Testament for refusing to confess.
The red pill or the blue pill? Do we employ the usual and customary comfortable work pattern, blissfully ignorant of the world around us?
Once one chooses the red or blue pill, the choice is irrevocable."
Throughout a series of tragic events and temporal distortions that resulted in the marooning of several humans who have been scattered, regrouped, lost to each other, and found each other again, despite the constant violence and death two of them, Marie and Alex, have managed to survive and stay together--and even found themselves accepting a strange blue pill from a mysterious structure in the middle of the ocean.
Volkswagen's (VLKAY) recent color on improving battery prices shows that even if Tesla maintains a lead in battery prices, that lead is narrowing, John tells investors in a research note titled "Challenging the blue pill pillars of faith." Further, he believes the Waymo/Jaguar partnership, combined with safety concerns post the recent Uber accident and fatal Tesla crash, reinforces that "Tesla is behind in autonomous driving." In addition, Model 3 production missteps, combined with increased competition, make it tougher for Tesla to become a market share leader in auto, the analyst adds.
If you take the blue pill you forget that your life is not real and that you're attached to the machine that is creating this fake, virtual reality in your mind.
London, Jun 20 ( ANI ): The little blue pill that helps men have sex can also be used to ward off heart attacks and heart failures, according to a recent study.
I am sure by the time I am 80, I will be able to do absolutely anything" Joanna Lumley, 69, below "All I'll say about sex is I don't need that bloody blue pill" actor Brian Blessed, 79, has no time for Viagra "It lowers your blood pressure.
But if a disreputable Karachi wag is to be believed, the Quaid-e-Qiwam did a stint in hospital where he was given an overdose of a famous blue pill on demand.
Its colourful cover, depicting a shower of yellow and blue pill capsules, signifies the onslaught on the population of the happy drug 'Leata'.
The little blue pill that's put the bounce back into the step of millions of men is celebrating 15 years since it was approved for sale in the US, changing the conversation (sometimes for the worse) about sex and erectile dysfunction.