Blow


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Drug slang noun Cocaine
verb To snort a drug, inhale cocaine, or smoke marijuana
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Upon which, forgetting the sex of Goody Brown, or perhaps not knowing it in his rage--for, in reality, she had no feminine appearance but a petticoat, which he might not observe--he gave her a lash or two with his horsewhip; and then flying at the mob, who were all accused by Moll, he dealt his blows so profusely on all sides, that unless I would again invoke the muse (which the good-natured reader may think a little too hard upon her, as she hath so lately been violently sweated), it would be impossible for me to recount the horse-whipping of that day.
He offered himself for punishment, fished, and feinted, and drew, for that one opening that would enable him to whip a blow through with all his strength and turn the tide.
The referee and the captain were both reaching for Rivera when he struck the last blow.
Also, Rivera made up his mind to strike no more blows at the body.
Blows rained upon him, and it looked to her as though he were being beaten to death.
But he was receiving the blows on his gloves and shoulders, rocking back and forth to the force of them like a tree in a storm, while the house cheered its delight.
I stood close by, but could not tell which blows told and which did not, they fell and vanished so like flashes of light.
Jomar 115 machine for testing injection blow molds.
6 : to shape by forcing air into <The workers showed how they blow glass.
Today, an estimated 3 billion metric tons of dust blow around Earth each year.
What happens during production, explains Manouchehr Naze Kambakhsh, vp, Global Advanced Engineering, is that the completed carrier is fixtured vertically below the co-extrusion heads of the blow molder.
Using any other bolt--Grade 8, for example--may not allow the panels to blow.