Intoxicans (Pass That) - Intoxicans - Intoxicans (CD, Album)

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Label: Top Mob Recordings - 66142 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Gangsta, Thug Rap


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  1. ‘The Glorious Qur'an commands humans to abstain from intoxicants, alcohol, drugs, gambling, from dedication of stones and divination of arrows.’ ‘An attached restaurant does not serve intoxicants like tea or coffee, but you can have a delicious vegetarian buffet for less than £3.’.
  2. Intoxicant definition is - something that intoxicates; especially: an alcoholic drink. How to use intoxicant in a sentence.
  3. Intoxicant definition, an intoxicating agent, as alcoholic liquor or certain drugs. See more.
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  5. Intoxicants synonyms, Intoxicants pronunciation, Intoxicants translation, English dictionary definition of Intoxicants. n. An agent that intoxicates, especially an alcoholic beverage. in·tox′i·cant adj. n anything that causes intoxication adj causing intoxication n. 1.
  6. Intoxicants are strictly prohibited. There has been some debate that alcohol, if consumed ‘responsibly’ and in limited amounts is not an intoxicant and therefore acceptable to consume while remaining inside the limits that God has decreed in His Quran. Furthermore, it has been argued that strong language has not been used in reference to.
  7. 2. Examples of intoxicants are alcohol, wine, beer, spirits, home made alcoholic brews, all forms of drugs such as cocaine, heroin, etc. 3. All intoxicants are totally forbidden (Haraam), irrespective of the quantity that is used; even one drop of alcohol is forbidden; it is not the quantity that is important - the substance itself is forbidden. 4.
  8. A bookseller has been arrested from Jahangirpuri for selling intoxicants in the form of fluid tubes to children. Police said the accused, Sachin, has been arrested under Section 77 of the JJ Act. If found guilty under the amended section of the Act, Sachin will be liable for imprisonment up to seven years and a fine up to Rs 1 lakh.

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