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crack synonym The police have cracked down on drug dealers; to crack down on illegal immigration. And he gave the Tanner a crack that made him roar for all his coughing. Sometimes a catalyst is added to lower the amount of heat needed for the reaction. Figuratively, a blemish comes from one’s own ill-doing; a brand or stigma is inflicted by others; as, the brand of infamy. There is down-regulation of dopamine D2 receptors to compensate for their drug-induced overstimulation.

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Crack Contemporary World Issues Series: Cybercrime: A Reference Handbook. V n 10 If you say that something is not all it’s cracked up to be, you mean that it is not as good as other people have said it is. There’s a crack in this cup. Cracking is used especially for breaking petroleum molecules into shorter molecules and to extract low-boiling fractions, such as gasoline, from petroleum. This involves anxiety, depression, irritability, extreme fatigue and possibly paranoia. The enamel was cracked, and I followed every crack as well as every figure of the hours. The brain has evolved a truly vicious set of negative feedback mechanisms.

Cracking dictionary definition With that receipt, Pat, you’d need a hammer to crack ‘em with after they was baked. Websites can be deliberately defaced. See also Gaining unauthorized access to computer systems to commit a crime, such as digging into the code to make a copy-protected program run and flooding Internet sites, thus denying service to legitimate users. That new Young Jeezy song is straight crack. He made a crack about my big feet. He opened the door an inch and I could see a chain between the crack.

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Another word for crack Theres a crack on the sidewalk over here. V P on n There has been a lot of drinking. The spy finally cracked under their questioning and told them everything he knew. Now I have a great part of a mind to crack thy pate for thee. During a cracking exploit, important information can be erased or corrupted. He could even look through a crack and see the faces of the strangers.

Crack Thus capacity to experience pleasure is diminished. You can complete the list of synonyms of crack given by the English Thesaurus dictionary with other English dictionaries: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster. . As a rule of thumb, it is profoundly unwise to take crack-cocaine. In the moral sense, we speak of a blot or stain upon reputation; a flaw or taint in character. A defect is the want or lack of something; fault, primarily a failing, is something that fails of an apparent intent or disappoints a natural expectation; thus a sudden dislocation or displacement of geological strata is called a fault. A gas main had cracked under my neighbour’s garage and gas had seeped into our homes.

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to crack an egg synonym An intense craving for more cocaine develops. The process of breaking down complex chemical compounds by heating them. And then Sam with a curious light in his eyes took me to a door which he opened just a crack. Don’t be alarmed; you can bear examination; I don’t see a crack anywhere. The solid form of the illicit, recreational drug, cocaine. Severe depressive conditions may follow; agitated delirium; and also a syndrome sometimes known as toxic paranoid psychosis. See Also: ; ; ; ;.

crack The quality or state of excellence. V Remove the dish from the oven, crack the salt crust and you will find the skin just peels off the fish. A blemish is superficial; a flaw or taint is in structure or substance. The door opened a crack. We are cracking down now. The neural aftereffects of chronic cocaine use include changes in monoamine metabolites and uptake transporters. In heavy users, stereotyped compulsive and repetitive patterns of behaviour may occur.

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Crack He always gets high marks in his exams although he hardly cracks a textbook. Anyone who gets caught is fired. You have to before you can put it in the. I’ll be ben mysel’ in a meenute or twa to hae a crack wi’ her. Let’s get this show crackin’. Nature is cruelly with pleasure.

crack A small the surface of an object. I need a crack for that new computer game. The window cracked down the middle. You must be crackers to believe that! Unauthorized access is typically done by decrypting a password or bypassing a copy-protection scheme. The bank robbers cracked the code to the safe.

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crack synonym

The police have cracked down on drug dealers; to crack down on illegal immigration. And he gave the Tanner a crack that made him roar for all his coughing. Sometimes a catalyst is added to lower the amount of heat needed for the reaction. Figuratively, a blemish comes from one’s own ill-doing; a brand or stigma is inflicted by others; as, the brand of infamy. There is down-regulation of dopamine D2 receptors to compensate for their drug-induced overstimulation.

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Contemporary World Issues Series: Cybercrime: A Reference Handbook. V n 10 If you say that something is not all it’s cracked up to be, you mean that it is not as good as other people have said it is. There’s a crack in this cup. Cracking is used especially for breaking petroleum molecules into shorter molecules and to extract low-boiling fractions, such as gasoline, from petroleum. This involves anxiety, depression, irritability, extreme fatigue and possibly paranoia. The enamel was cracked, and I followed every crack as well as every figure of the hours. The brain has evolved a truly vicious set of negative feedback mechanisms.

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Cracking dictionary definition

With that receipt, Pat, you’d need a hammer to crack ‘em with after they was baked. Websites can be deliberately defaced. See also Gaining unauthorized access to computer systems to commit a crime, such as digging into the code to make a copy-protected program run and flooding Internet sites, thus denying service to legitimate users. That new Young Jeezy song is straight crack. He made a crack about my big feet. He opened the door an inch and I could see a chain between the crack.

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Theres a crack on the sidewalk over here. V P on n There has been a lot of drinking. The spy finally cracked under their questioning and told them everything he knew. Now I have a great part of a mind to crack thy pate for thee. During a cracking exploit, important information can be erased or corrupted. He could even look through a crack and see the faces of the strangers.

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Thus capacity to experience pleasure is diminished. You can complete the list of synonyms of crack given by the English Thesaurus dictionary with other English dictionaries: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster. . As a rule of thumb, it is profoundly unwise to take crack-cocaine. In the moral sense, we speak of a blot or stain upon reputation; a flaw or taint in character. A defect is the want or lack of something; fault, primarily a failing, is something that fails of an apparent intent or disappoints a natural expectation; thus a sudden dislocation or displacement of geological strata is called a fault. A gas main had cracked under my neighbour’s garage and gas had seeped into our homes.

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to crack an egg synonym

An intense craving for more cocaine develops. The process of breaking down complex chemical compounds by heating them. And then Sam with a curious light in his eyes took me to a door which he opened just a crack. Don’t be alarmed; you can bear examination; I don’t see a crack anywhere. The solid form of the illicit, recreational drug, cocaine. Severe depressive conditions may follow; agitated delirium; and also a syndrome sometimes known as toxic paranoid psychosis. See Also: ; ; ; ;.

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The quality or state of excellence. V Remove the dish from the oven, crack the salt crust and you will find the skin just peels off the fish. A blemish is superficial; a flaw or taint is in structure or substance. The door opened a crack. We are cracking down now. The neural aftereffects of chronic cocaine use include changes in monoamine metabolites and uptake transporters. In heavy users, stereotyped compulsive and repetitive patterns of behaviour may occur.

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He always gets high marks in his exams although he hardly cracks a textbook. Anyone who gets caught is fired. You have to before you can put it in the. I’ll be ben mysel’ in a meenute or twa to hae a crack wi’ her. Let’s get this show crackin’. Nature is cruelly with pleasure.

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A small the surface of an object. I need a crack for that new computer game. The window cracked down the middle. You must be crackers to believe that! Unauthorized access is typically done by decrypting a password or bypassing a copy-protection scheme. The bank robbers cracked the code to the safe.

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