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A drug, C29H33ClN2O2, that inhibits intestinal motility and is used in the form of its hydrochloride to treat diarrhea.

[(ch)lo(ro)- + (pi)per(idine) + amide.]
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n loperamida
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As an octogenarian he read Francisco Lopex de Gomara's Conquest of Mexico (1552), an official account that gave the credit to Cortez and scanted the contributions of his companions.
Lopex went bankrupt almost two years ago and is still in arrears to the West German government for more than $45,000 in taxes.
His family collected a cash windfall of almost pounds 2 million last July when his family trust, Southwind, sold the three per cent stake it had built up in rival PR firm Lopex, following an aborted bid by Incepta for the group.
Strategy in Scotland, a subsidiary of the massive Lopex plc group, are also telling potential clients they will have more influence in Holyrood.
The buyout - the value of which has not been revealed - was sparked by owners Lopex's decision to move out of mainstream advertising.