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bong

A specialised pipe used to smoke cannabis and tobacco, in which the smoke is inhaled through a column of water, which allegedly reduces burning of the mouth, upper airways and lungs that occurs with smoking devices that aren’t filtered. Contrary to popular belief, THC is higher in joints (marijuana cigarettes) than in bongs, requiring more of the drug to reach the desired psychoactive effect.
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They had come here from Japan, and they were interested in getting involved in some business related to education," Falsgraf recalled from his first meeting with the Bongs.
Sutton, 24, allowed Officers Dyson and Craig Guertin into the apartment and eventually led them from room to room pointing out the pipes and bongs, most of which contained marijuana residue, court documents state.
A SHOP owner has hit out at Kirklees Council after being told she can no longer sell smoking devices known as bongs.
Finally, we scoured the internet, stumbling across the website of the Gateacre Society who describe Little Bongs as ``a picturesque group of cottages and gardens, reached through an archway and along a cobbled passageway'',amid the jam butty mines of Knotty Ash.
A spokesman said: "We won't be using the bongs, or `and finally'.
Bong has a strong market position, particularly in Northern Europe, and the Group sees attractive opportunities for further expansion and development.
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When reminded that her actions were no different to thousands of American 18-year-olds who smoke bongs, the Disney star says: 'But they're not Miley Cyrus.