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 (ăn′tē-drŭg′, ăn′tī-)
Directed against the production, distribution, and use of illegal drugs.


(of a person, group or initiative) discouraging illegal drug use


(ˌæn tiˈdrʌg, ˌæn taɪ-)

opposing or restricting the use of narcotics or other drugs of abuse: antidrug laws.


adj antidroga
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A Philippine human rights group appealed to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to heed Iceland's call to investigate unwarranted killings in President Rodrigo Duterte's bloody antidrug campaign and take to task those behind them.
National antidrug policy 2018 and Hajj policy 2019 will be presented in the meeting for approval.
AS the country marks Drug Prevention and Control Week, the vice chairman of the House Committee on Local Government on Sunday urged local government units (LGUs), government-owned and -controlled corporations (GOCCs) and state universities and colleges (SUCs) to fast-track their antidrug programs.
Immunogenicity to three tumor necrosis factor-alpha-blocking agents seems to vary substantially among patients with psoriatic arthritis, and the use of methotrexate appears to attenuate the presence of antidrug antibodies, according to findings from a cross-sectional study.
In an interview with Indian newspaper, The Hindu, he Russian President said the possible Russian assistance to Pakistan is aimed at improving the counterterrorism and antidrug operations.
Serzh Sargsyan made a point of the local antidrug operation "Channel-Caucasus," the presidential press-service told ArmInfo.
They discuss any current problems and issues and share national good practice and antidrug initiatives.
Everywhere I have been in Latin America, which is to say most of it, I hear the same thing: the United States is wreaking havoc in other countries by forcing upon them antidrug policies for the benefit of the U.S., expecting them to solve a problem America chooses not to solve itself.
for the purpose of reducing and preventing drug abuse among young people in the United States." The antidrug media campaign is an attempt at behavior change, forms of which have been used in other government campaigns and are used by nongovernmental organizations and commercial marketers.
But that's what happened to the English woman after her to-year-old daughter Kia went to an antidrug event organized by the school.
This group favors increasing individual liberties by limiting government authority, They would repeal most laws limiting business (such as environmental laws) and personal behavior (such as antidrug laws).
Direct marketers have signed on to support a White House antidrug initiative.