dubhglas lee thompson, douglas lee thompson, duke-dom, dope, name, na·tion·al·i·za·tion , navy, narcotics duty officer douglas lee thompson 12.27.1969 006.68.2480 dover-foxcroft maine 04426. navy seal. 621 N 9th St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 Phone: (702) 828-4348

dope
dōp/
noun
noun: dope; plural noun: dopes
  1. 1.
    informal
    a drug taken illegally for recreational purposes, especially marijuana or heroin.
    synonyms: (illegal) drugs, narcotics; More

    cannabis, heroin, cocaine
    “he was caught smuggling dope”
    • a drug given to a racehorse or greyhound to inhibit or enhance its performance.
    • a drug taken by an athlete to improve performance.
      “he failed a dope test”
  2. 2.
    informal
    a stupid person.
    “though he wasn’t an intellectual giant, he was no dope, either”
  3. 3.
    informal
    information about a subject, especially if not generally known.
    “our reviewer will give you the dope on hot spots around the town”
  4. 4.
    a varnish applied to the fabric surface of model aircraft to strengthen them and keep them airtight.
    • a thick liquid used as a lubricant.
verb
verb: dope; 3rd person present: dopes; past tense: doped; past participle: doped; gerund or present participle: doping
  1. 1.
    administer drugs to (a racehorse, greyhound, or athlete) in order to inhibit or enhance sporting performance.
    “the horse was doped before the race”
    synonyms: drug, administer drugs/narcotics to, tamper with, interfere with;

    sedate
    “the horse was doped”
    • informal
      be heavily under the influence of drugs, typically illegal ones.
      “he was so doped up that he can’t remember a thing”
    • treat (food or drink) with drugs.
      “maybe they had doped her Perrier”
      synonyms: add drugs to, tamper with, adulterate, contaminate, lace; More

      informalspike, doctor
      “they doped his drink”
    • informaldated
      regularly take illegal drugs.
  2. 2.
    smear or cover with varnish or other thick liquid.
    “she doped the surface with photographic emulsion”
  3. 3.
    Electronics
    add an impurity to (a semiconductor) to produce a desired electrical characteristic.

adjective

informal
adjective: dope
  1. 1.
    very good.
    “that suit is dope!”
Origin
nar·cot·ic
närˈkädik/
noun
plural noun: narcotics
  1. a drug or other substance affecting mood or behavior and sold for nonmedical purposes, especially an illegal one.
    • Medicine
      a drug that relieves pain and induces drowsiness, stupor, or insensibility.
      synonyms: soporific (drug), opiate, sleeping pill; More

      painkiller, pain reliever, analgesic, anodyne, palliative, anesthetic;
      tranquilizer, sedative;
      informaldowner, dope;
      stupefacient
      “addicted to narcotics”
Origin
late Middle English: from Old French narcotique, via medieval Latin from Greek narkōtikos, from narkoun ‘make numb.’

dutch douglas, dubhglas lee thompson mail:  General Delivery 391 Ellis Street San Francisco, CA 94102, metro intelligence, internet cop badge 767 http://www.cia.gov douglas lee thompson 12.27.1969 006.68.2480 dover-foxcroft, maine 04426 new england, (nevada is the netherlands) douglas lee thompson is a duty officer.

du·ty of·fi·cer
noun
noun: duty officer; plural noun: duty officers
  1. an officer, especially in the police or armed forces, who is on duty at a particular time.
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Duty officer – Wikipedia

Duty officer is the name of a rotating position assigned to a junior military officer in a duty or watch system. … The duty officer attends to menial tasks for the commanding officer such as being at the scene of an incident and being on call during the night. This duty is in addition to the officer’s normal duties.

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