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bent

Drug slang
verb A regional street term for being intoxicated with narcotics or psychedelics.

Vox populi adjective
(1) Dishonest.
(2) Not straight; homosexual, gay.
(3) Intoxicated, “wasted”.
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No doubt when we reach the temperatures we've reached the past two years, with the longevity of that heat, the pressure is extremely high for death on bent grass, no way around it," Spencer said.
Golfers will also find a large bent grass practice green, Zoysia-sodded practice range and a fully stocked pro shop.
Besides the water waste entailed by using an old sprinkler system, we were spending a lot of irrigation on the bent grass.
Wiry Bermuda rough has replaced the old bent grass and even though the rough will be cut slightly shorter this year, between two and three inches, it is still expected to cause plenty of problems.
Her low round coming into the tournament was a 73, which she matched Friday and surpassed three times at the University of Wisconsin's bent grass course.
The new, much smaller lawn is put to good use as a five-hole putting green, of creeping bent grass planted in sandy soil.
Designed by Tim Nugent, Green Garden's new practice facilities will be second to none with indoor 2-bay hitting area, expansive outdoor bent grass hitting areas, short game area with sand and grass bunkers, and a large putting green.
Whatever pattern you make is revealed by the light shining off of the bent grass.
For more information on Liberty Home And Pet Services, LLC, please contact: Marcia Breithaupt at 239-58-0300, 6924 Bent Grass Drive, Naples, FL 34113, Marcia@LHAPS.
Now that the 2010 golf season has arrived, golfers are flocking to Kettle Brook, the picturesque course with inviting bent grass fairways and greens spanning 120 acres off Marshall Street in Paxton.
Country Club of Little Rock Bent Grass Zoysia 18 71
Certain types of bent grass tolerate `dollar spot,' a fungus, better.