Black Russian

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Drug slang A regional street term for very potent hashish or hashish mixed with opium
Mixology A mixed drink containing 1 1/2 oz vodka and 3/4 oz coffee liqueur
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NY - Dozor Kennel, based in Staten Island, offers a wide range of services for Black Russian Terriers.
Yet Alexandrov's book is a biography of a black Russian man, a subject all the more remarkable because Frederick Bruce Thomas is not a recent immigrant or a relic of some cultural exchange program between the Soviet Union and an African client state.
For the next 15 years, she became famous as a black Russian activist, fighting for minority causes and racial harmony.
Killens's last published novel, Great Black Russian, imagines the life of Alexander Pushkin, who was a contemporary of Vesey on the world scene, but the crucial action and drama in the novel unfold in the decade or so following Vesey's death.
One of the hunters spotted a large, black Russian boar/feral hog crossbreed trotting down the dirt trail, and took several shots at it with a Ruger Blackhawk .
To woo status-conscious smokers, Gallaher has been promoting its high-priced gold-tipped cigarettes, the Sobranie Black Russian which retail for 80 to 85 roubles (US$2.
In a white stretch limo, even a visiting writer with a gold tooth and black Russian shoes is tolerable.
Soul-searching, this black Russian masterpiece should be well worth a look.
In the "alcopops" market, teen-agers noticed twice as many ads as adults for Kahlua Black Russian Cocktail and 75 percent saw ads for two brands of hard lemonade.
Bill Paxton will one day tell his grandchildren that he ate a cheese sandwich and drank a pot of black Russian tea on the deck of the Titanic.
The black ink and Black Russian cocktail and black rhythm