• Not the same thing
    January 09,2013
     

    Not the same thing

    In the In Brief section recently, you use the word “meth” (a standard abbreviation for the highly addictive methedrine) as a shortened version of “methadone,” an opiate antagonist, used to treat addiction.

    Extremely confusing misuse of the language. Does anyone proof your stories?

    Rick Levy

    Plainfield

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