Laughing Gas

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Laughing Gas

Laughing Gas is slang for nitrous oxide.
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Laughing Gas

Laughing Gas is slang for nitrous oxide.
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laughing gas

Type: Term Definitions: 1. a historical term for nitrous oxide.
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Laughing gas

Laughing gas: Nitrous oxide, a gas that can cause general anesthesia. Nitrous oxide is sometimes given in the company of other anesthetic agents but it is never used today as the only anesthetic agent because the concentration of nitrous oxide needed to produce anesthesia is close to the concentration that seriously lowers the blood oxygen level an
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laughing gas

A historical term for nitrous oxide. ... Origin: so called because its inhalation sometimes excites a hilarious delirium preceding insensibility ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Laughing Gas

A colorless, sweet-tasting gas that exhibits a pleasing smell when inhaled. The gas is often used as an anesthetic to help individuals remain calm and reduce pain during medical procedures or childbirth. Synonym(s): Nitrous Oxide
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laughing gas

laughing gas: see nitrous oxide.
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laughing gas

Popular name for nitrous oxide, an anaesthetic
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Laughing Gas

(see Nitrous Oxide) Nitrous Oxide N2O also called laughing gas is a colourless gas with pleasant sweetish odour and taste which when inhaled produces insensibility to pain preceded by mild hysteria or laughter.
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Laughing Gas

[1914 film] Laughing Gas is a 1914 film starring Charlie Chaplin. The film is also known as Busy Little Dentist, Down and Out, Laffing Gas, The Dentist, and Tuning His Ivories. ==Plot== We are told Charlie is a dental assistant. He arrives at work where the patients are already waiting. He joins the tiny second dental assistant in the back
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Laughing Gas

[solo] `Laughing Gas` was a song performed by Quiet Riot at all the live performances while Randy Rhoads played with the band. It was never recorded onto an album until a live bootleg performance was enhanced (with rerecorded vocals) and placed on The Randy Rhoads Years. The improvised solo was just over 6 minutes long and contained clips f
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Laughing Gas

[film] Laughing Gas is the title of several American movie shorts (1907, 1914 starring Charlie Chaplin, 1915, 1920) whose plot revolves around real or would-be dentists. ==1907 Film== ===Plot=== The plot is that of a black woman going to the dentist for a toothache and being given laughing gas. On her way walking home, and in other situatio
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Laughing Gas

[novel] Laughing Gas is a comic novel by P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the United Kingdom on 25 September 1936 by Herbert Jenkins, London, and in the United States on 19 November 1936 by Doubleday, Doran, New York. It is set in Hollywood in the early 1930s (the Depression is mentioned twice) and is, compared to, say, Budd Schulberg`s
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Laughing gas

See nitrous oxide; odorless inhalation agent that produces relative analgesic (sedation). Used to reduce anxiety and creates a state of relaxation.
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