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cravings, plural;
  1. A powerful desire for something
    • - a craving for chocolate

  1. an intense desire for some particular thing
  2. (crave) have a craving, appetite, or great desire for
  3. (crave) plead or ask for earnestly
  4. (craved) wanted intensely; "the child could no longer resist taking one of the craved cookies"; "it produced the desired effect"
  5. Craving is Japanese singer songwriter Fayray's first studio, released on May 26, 1999. The album was produced by Daisuke Asakura.
  6. ' (Pāli; Devanāgarī: तण्हा) or ' (Sanskrit; Devanāgarī: तृष्णा) literally means "thirst,"Monier Williams, 1964, p. 454, entry for "," retrieved 2008-06-12 from "U. Cologne" at Davids & Stede (1921-25), p. ...
  7. Dangerous and Moving is the second English-language album by t.A.T.u. The album was first released on October 5, 2005 in Japan then on October 10 in the UK, October 11 in North America, and in Europe & Latin America on October 14.
  8. Season one of Smallville, an American television series developed by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, began airing on October 16, 2001, on The WB television network. ...
  9. When going through withdrawal, craving is a psychological urge to administer a discontinued medication or recreational drug.
  10. The Craving is a 1918 drama film directed by John and Francis Ford. The film is considered to be lost.
  11. The Craving is the only album released by MD.45, which was a side project of Megadeth guitarist/frontman Dave Mustaine, along with Fear guitarist/vocalist Lee Ving on singing duties, bassist Kelly LeMieux and former Suicidal Tendencies and Alice Cooper drummer Jimmy DeGrasso. ...
  12. (Crave (album)) Crave is the second album from the band Cyclefly, released on 8 April, 2002. The album, originally called Tales from the Fish Bowl, had a vote by fans to decide the album art.
  13. A strong desire; yearning
  14. (cravingness) The state or quality of being craving
  15. (crave) To want strongly as to satisfy an appetite. To long for, to yearn; Ask earnestly
  16. (cravings) Overwhelming urges to do something, such as take an illegal drug.
  17. (Crave) a Bloomington, Minn.-based concept, opened in 2007 and now has six locations with a seventh set to open in October. ...
  18. (crave) The formal statement in an application saying what order the court is being asked to make is often referred to as the “crave”.
  19. Hunger for drugs. It is caused by drug-induced changes that occur in the brain with the development of addiction and arises from a need of the brain to maintain a state of homeostasis that includes the presence of the drug.
  20. A powerful, often uncontrollable desire for drugs.
  21. A slavish urge to find and consume drug and more of the drug.
  22. Powerful desire for a substance that cannot be ignored. Unnaturally strong desire/urge for a substance. An overpowering urge that people are ill-equipped to control through will. Usually it cannot be suppressed indefinitely and results in taking the substance. ...
  23. a person will feel a strong need, desire, or urge to use alcohol or drugs, will use alcohol or a drug despite negative consequences, and will feel anxious and irritable if he or she can't use them.  Craving is a primary symptom of addiction.
  24. A powerful desire or urge for drugs, alcohol or other addictive substances.
  25. is the chief  root of suffering, and of the ever continuing cycle of rebirths.  "Clinging" is an intensified degree of craving.  The Buddha said, "He who has destroyed craving overcomes all sorrow."  (See:  Attachment)