Megg


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Megg

A regional term for a marijuana cigarette (joint).
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Meggs was essentially given carte blanche to come up with the best possible design for central sterile supply.
Maps 4-6 show the distribution of Maggs, Meggs and Moggs from the 16th century down to the 19th century.
Meggs has known Morrell for a dozen years and watched her grow through her years as a university student and as a professional.
Su fabricacion requeria de un delicado proceso, como lo describe Meggs (1991: 62).
Meggs and a officer of the law went to the patient's home, and advised her that she had been ordered to return to the hospital.
Radio publicity was one of the reasons John Meggs gave for the number of manufacturers he has waiting to sponsor Price Chopper's Family Fun Night.
ALABAMA (CyHAN)- Public Affairs Officer Lori Meggs at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama spoke with NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory scientists Anita Sengupta and Michael Hohensee about the Cold Atom Laboratory and how it could change what we know about fundamental physics.
State Attorney Willie Meggs said prosecutors spoke with the accuser in the case this week but there is more work to be done in the investigation.
Second Circuit State Attorney Willie Meggs says it's a situation he hasn't seen in his 24 years as a state attorney.
JULIE Meggs was happy with her bust size - until she had children.