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THCTetrahydrocannabinol (psychoactive compound in marijuana)
THCTexas Hippie Coalition (band)
THCTexas Historical Commission (aka Texas SHPO)
THCThe Human Condition (band)
THCThe History Channel
THCThe Hearst Corporation (media company)
THCThieves Household Cleaner
THCThe High Channel
THCTokyo Hemp Connection (Tokyo, Japan)
THCTenderloin Housing Clinic (California)
THCThe High Council (gaming)
THCTraditional Health Care
THCTerminal Handling Charge
THCTransmit Hopping Codes
THCTcp Header Compression
THCThermohaline Circulation
THCTotal Hydrocarbon
THCTotal Hemoglobin Concentration
THCTrades Hall Council (Victoria, Australia)
THCTotal Head Count
THCTexas Hill Country
THCThe Hope Center (est. 1998)
THCThe Hitman Chris
THCThomas Haden Church (actor)
THCTrillium Health Centre (West Mississauga, Ontario, Canada)
THCTenet Health Care
THCThe Harvard Crimson (college newspaper)
THCThe Health Connection (Tacoma, WA)
THCThe Hangover Cure (Apollo Nutrition LLC)
THCThe Hope Conspiracy (band)
THCTasmanian Heritage Council (Australia)
THCThe Healing Circle (various locations)
THCThe Hackers Choice
THCTennessee Historical Commission
THCTemperature and Humidity Control
THCTexas Hippie Connection (Seabrook, TX)
THCTexas Hardcore (music website)
THCTop Hosting Center (web host; Montreal, Canada)
THCTranslational Hand Controller
THCTotal Health Center (Marlboro college)
THCTheology Certificate (Australia)
THCTexas Hemp Campaign
THCTemporary Housing Checkwriter (US FEMA)
THCTwo Hand Control
THCThe High Children (band)
THCThrashing Hectic Circle (San Francisco area punk band)
THCThe Happy Chemical (THC in marijuana)
THCTesting for Higher Credentials (movie "How High")
THCTattoo Healing Cream
THCTetrahydrachloride (industrial solovent)
THCTeam Hyper Combo (gaming)
THCThe Hunting Club (gaming clan)
THCToxic Hazard Corridor
THCThe Humble Crew (gaming clan)
THCTree House Consulting (California)
THCTarget Heading Change
THCTurnagainhardcore (website)
THCTarget Homing Correlator
THCTechnical Head Count
THCThe Hippy Clan (gaming)
THCThunder Hill Crew
THCTsinghua Class of Changsha First Middle School, Hunan, PR China
THCTrace Heating Control
THCThe History Carper (website)
THCTelecommunications Host Controller
THCThe Headline Company (Guelph, ON, Canada)
THCthe Hammers Company, Inc.
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This report exclusively compiles all the fundamental dynamics that sheds light on the Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) market for a comprehensive view of the market.
It has emerged a threemonth agreement was given the green light by the Department of Health to use Tetrahydrocannabinol to treat people in constant agony.
He was taken to Huddersfield Police Station where a blood sample taken from him revealed traces of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a form of cannabis derivative in his system.
Boerste, also of Oakridge, was under the influence of methamphetamine, amphetamine, tetrahydrocannabinol and benzodiazepines at the time of the crash, a search warrant affidavit filed in circuit court earlier this summer showed.
According to the ordinance, only cannabis with a negligible content of the psychoactive substance tetrahydrocannabinol (less than 0.2% by weight) will be lawfully considered.
Its major component, known as Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), possesses critical benefits but is subject to rapid endurance.
Together, the selected businesses will receive a combined $1.9 million for their phase I concept development addressing challenges including broken rail detection, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) detection devices, and information tools for transit users.
As we know, the active ingredient of marijuana, delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), has been available by prescription since 1985.
A key one: the concentration of tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, the active ingredient in cannabis, giving it its narcotic and psychoactive effects.
Potent kinds of cannabis, popularly known as "skunk", contain high levels of the active ingredient tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).