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2013-06-11 23:21:30

Industry leader Cyba-Labs announces a cutting-edge line of powerful Legal Steroids that offer users a potent alternative to illegal anabolic steroids. Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) June 11, 2013 In 1990 the United States government passed the Steroid Control Act which placed anabolic steroids on the Class III controlled substance list making them illegal to have without a prescription. That change created a plethora of issues for bodybuilders, many of whom were faced with the difficult decision of...

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2009-05-02 22:15:20

A lawyer for Alex Rodriguez declined comment on a report that MLB officials are questioning statements the New York Yankees slugger made to investigators. Citing people within baseball who were briefed on the situation, The New York Times reported Saturday that Major League Baseball is investigating the accuracy of statements Rodriguez gave regarding his use of performance-enhancing substances, and are trying to determine whether he used such substances more than he has conceded, the sources...

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2009-04-30 06:30:00

Alex Rodriguez, the New York Yankees third baseman and highest-paid player in baseball, may have used steroids after moving to New York, a new book says. Rodriguez admits to dabbling in steroids while with the Texas Rangers early in his career but the book, A-Rod, disputes his claim that it ended there. It also claims the steroid usage may have begun in high school. Jose Canseco, an ex-teammate and friend of Rodriguez, was quoted as saying said he believes him to still be using human growth...

2009-02-07 13:23:45

New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez allegedly tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs in 2003, Sports Illustrated reported Saturday. The sports magazine reported exclusively that four sources said independently that Rodriguez tested positive for an anabolic steroid and testosterone in 2003 when he won the American League home run title and Most Valuable Player award while with the Texas Rangers. Rodriguez's name was on a list of 104 players who tested positive for...

2006-04-28 14:50:00

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A chemist accused of supplying steroids to the BALCO lab changed his plea to guilty on Friday in U.S. federal court in a scandal that has tarnished top athletes in global sport, including San Francisco Giants baseball star Barry Bonds. Patrick Arnold, an Illinois resident, was charged in November by federal prosecutors with supplying BALCO with THG, a steroid that evaded sport testing detection until a coach turned over a used syringe to anti-doping authorities....

2006-03-10 16:07:56

By Adam Tanner SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Intense scrutiny over whether baseball superstar Barry Bonds used steroids, as a new book charges, could prompt an investigation of whether he lied to a federal grand jury, experts said on Friday. The single-season home-run holder testified in late 2003 before a grand jury investigating the BALCO steroid scandal, telling them he never knowingly used steroids, his lawyer Mike Rains has said. Bonds has never failed a drug test. A new book,...

2006-02-10 05:56:36

MONTREAL (Reuters) - Montreal Canadiens goaltender Jose Theodore has tested positive for a substance on the World Anti-Doping Authority's banned list, the National Hockey League said on Thursday. Theodore tested positive for the hair restoration drug Propecia, which is not an anabolic steroid but a masking agent. Theodore's test was administered on December 12 and the results were revealed on January 14. He was tested because he was on Hockey Canada's 81-man Olympic eligibility list,...


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  • The call or cry of a bird or other animal to its mate or its young.
'Call-note' is newer than 'bird-call,' which originally referred to 'an instrument for imitating the note of birds' but now also refers to 'the song or cry of a bird.'
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