secobarbital

NOUN
  1. barbiturate that is a white odorless slightly bitter powder (trade name Seconal) used as a sodium salt for sedation and to treat convulsions
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  • He carefully prepared doses of secobarbital sodium. Along Came a Spider
  • Then he was injected with secobarbital sodium, probably about two hours later. Along Came a Spider
  • January 4, George Wiltsie and Duane Lindenaur, secobarbital sedated, mutilated and killed. The Big Nowhere
  • WECHT: And you say, hey, how could they have possibly have needed this much morphine or this much secobarbital? CNN Transcript Dec 2, 2005
  • Goines was killed by a heroin overjolt, Wiltsie and Lindenaur were poisoned by a secobarbital/strychnine compound. The Big Nowhere
  • Eliminating prison rape is easy, cheap, and painless: dose all food and drink with generous amounts of Depo-Provera and secobarbital. The Volokh Conspiracy » More on “Weight Classes” for Prison Inmates
  • The secobarbital would hit first, inducing unconsciousness, the strychnine would kill. The Big Nowhere
  • I tested some powder in it and got a home compound — sodium secobarbital, one part, one part strychnine. The Big Nowhere
  • WECHT: They'll say, hey, you know, how could they have possibly have needed this much morphine or this much secobarbital? CNN Transcript Jan 16, 2006
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