bazooka


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bazooka

Drug slang
A regional term for
(1) Cocaine; crack cocaine.
(2) Coca paste and marijuana deployed as a joint.
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Bazooka has been known for its square shape, "hard chew," distinctive smell and entertaining comics featuring Bazooka Joe and his gang.
Some of my earliest memories are of chewing Bazooka Bubble Gum while playing baseball with my friends.
ALAN Shatter yesterday laughed off the hype over his reference to diamond bazookas after his comments caused a Twitter storm.
Pietroforte and an assistant scrambled into an open field, crouched in a shell hole, shouldered the 13 1/2-pound bazooka and fired - whoosh.
One suspects had Tim Henman been on the receiving end of the bazooka blast, there would have been few complaints.
The Bazooka EL Series subwoofer speaker system features the patented Bass Tubes(R) enclosure design.
Mineable reserves are being revised and will incorporate recent exploration results, additional information acquired from underground development and from additional drilling planned using a short hole bazooka drill.
Dude, you have a bazooka,'' X shouts at a cohort during a climactic battle scene.
Topps is well known for its collectible picture products, which feature sports and other themes, its Bazooka brand bubble gum and entertaining candy products.
REASON: Irritated by a helicopter disturbing his peace, Donohue telephoned the authorities to tell them that if the noise did not stop he was prepared to blow it out of the sky with a home-made bazooka loaded with tomatoes.
Notice that firearms expert Nate Holden does not mention that a bazooka fires a rocket.
SAS's rapid growth stems from sales of its patented speaker system called the Bazooka Bass Tube.