DMT


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DMT

abbreviation for
(Pharmacology) dimethyltryptamine, a hallucinogenic drug
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DMT

V. dimethlytryptamine.
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DMT will use the funding to launch a nationwide engagement programme for targeting healthcare providers and potential partnerships.
DMT is similar to the vault in gymnastics and athletes have two passes at a trampoline to build-up a combined score.
"DMT is not just in plants, but also can be detected in mammals," says Jimo Borjigin, Ph.D., of the Department of Molecular and Integrative Physiology.
Previously treated: patients whose most recent prior DMT was discontinued six months to two years prior to baseline (n=163)
Just missing out on a medal placing were Ailsa Kirby 4th DMT 15-16 Female, Chad Godwin 4th DMT 15-16 Male & James Lilliman 4th DMT 17+ Male who also made it through the the final in September.
in Cebu dominated the production of copper with 149,428 DMT or 53 percent of the aggregate.
"After many months of development, we are really excited to launch this DMT App, embarking on new digital technology is one of the key transformations we are adopting in our training services, and this being our first mobile application.
DMT, headquartered in Lawtey, Florida, has approximately 60 drivers and a seasoned management team leading the company.
The company expects net proceeds from the DMT transaction to total approximately $270 million.
In 1985, when injection molding replaced laminating of the metal grinding surfaces onto plastic, DMT gained a major increase in quality and productivity.
The psychedelic alchemist Alexander Shulgin devotes an entire chapter to DMT (Shulgin & Shulgin, 1997): "Tryptamines I Have Known and Loved".
Officials also recovered a plastic bag with 658 gross grams of a brown liquid similar to DMT, Gates said.