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(1) A metal receptacle (e.g., a spoon) in which cocaine or other illicit drugs are placed in a solution and injected, often by a hypodermic needle.
(2) A person who illicitly produces methamphetamine.

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This machine was the smallest and cheapest of all the slow cookers I tried.
So it designed its new cookers to be not only faster and healthier than conventional cooking methods, but also easier to use.
COMING home after a long winter's walk with wet boots and cold bodies, the first place my family head for is the kitchen to lean against our Aga range cooker.
Soon after, Shahnaz, who heads the Women Barefoot Solar Cooker Engineers Society that was established in 2003, was put on the job of training them to manufacture and cook on solar cookers.
Working with a range of agencies including the Time4You Project and Solihull Community Housing, the academy also secured funding to have the cookers tested and installed by local electricians Driscoll Electrical Contractors.
Not only did I never use a slow cooker, I didn't even own one.
The intention of the competition is to find Britain's oldest working Rayburn cooker - the first ever Rayburn cooker was installed in 1946.
Global food processing equipment manufacturer JBT FoodTech has modified its Double D Revorack Multi-Purpose Cooker to enable both large and small food manufacturers to increase capacity by up to 67 percent, but on a significantly smaller footprint.
Electric rice cookers have traditionally been in white Panasonic Appliances has decided to refresh its offering.
A DISABLED man was left without a cooker over the festive period after oven wiring went up in smoke.
Try the Chestnut-and Apple-Stuffed Squash or Stuffed Collard Rolls in a slow cooker.
Busy mum Liz Fisher has been scarred for life after a pressure cooker blew up, covering her in hot soup.