BTH

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BTHBathroom (real estate)
BTHBlekinge Tekniska Högskola
BTHBlack Tar Heroin (narcotic drug)
BTHBottomless Trap Hole (cards)
BTHBluetooth
BTHBiomass-to-Hydrogen
BTHBase Transport Header
BTHBlue Tooth
BTHBath Tissue Holder (various companies)
BTHBachelor of Theology (degree)
BTHBanyan Tree Holdings (various locations)
BTHBeyond The Horizon
BTHBreaking the Habit (Linkin Park song)
BTHBusiness, Transportation & Housing (California)
BTHBritish Thompson-Houston (tram)
BTHBravez Team Hyphy (rap group)
BTHBury the Hatchet (Cranberries album)
BTHBelow the Horizon
BTHBrevet de Technicien Hôtelier (French: Hotelier Technician Certificate)
BTHBharat Tourist Home (India)
BTHBureau Thierry Havelange (French; Belgian finance agency)
BTHBureau Technique de l'Habitat (French construction company)
BTHBrown Trunk Height (landscaping, palm tree height)
BTHBritish Thermal Units per Hour
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On September 23, a 44-year-old male user of black tar heroin developed an abscess on his right arm, which was treated unsuccessfully with cephelexin and ciprofloxacin; on September 29, the abscess was incised and drained.
Hain said officers seized 2,283 grams, or more than five pounds, of black tar heroin that has a street value of about $1 million.
All patients reported history of injecting heroin; seven reported using black tar heroin, six injected heroin by skin popping, and one patient did not report injection method.
BLACK tar heroin potent enough to cause a flesh-eating disease is said to be circulating on the streets of Swansea.
Vugia, "Wound botulism associated with black tar heroin among injecting drug users," Journal of the American Medical Association, vol.
Yamhill County Sheriff Tim Svenson identified the substance as more than 15 ounces of black tar heroin.
As an undercover cop, he uses the alias Shane Sterns, and is called in to gather evidence against a gang involved in the distribution and transporting of black tar heroin up and down the East Coast.
Operations resulted in seizure of 600 assault-rifle rounds, 441 pounds of dry opium, 330 pounds of morphine, 30 pounds of black tar heroin and 18 quarts of liquid opium.
(March 25, 2010) Jose Antonio Medina-Arreguin (aka "Don Pepe")--Also known as 'The King of Heroin," Medina-Arreguin headed a DTO that was one of the primary suppliers of black tar heroin to distribution points throughout the United States.
The city, said local drugs expert Greg Scott, has switched from black tar heroin to China White.