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gan·ga

, ganja (gang'gă),
An extract of the flowers of Cannabis sativa (Indian hemp or hashish) that grows in India, Persia, and Arabia.
See also: cannabis.

ganja

See cannabis.
Substance abuse
(1) A bitter leafy plant chewed for its stimulatory effects, indigenous to eastern Africa—e.g., Somalia and Ethiopia—and popular in Yemen; it is regionally popular in the US, but is a ‘lower priority’ for the DEA than other abuse substances
(2) Marijuana, see there, especially from Jamaica

ganja

Substance abuse
1. A bitter plant chewed for its stimulatory effects, indigenous to eastern Africa.
2. Marijuana, see there, especially from Jamaica.

ganja

A form of MARIJUANA resin derived from the flowering tops and leaves of specially selected plants.
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The police are also ascertaining how he hoodwinked the railway police in transporting ganja.
A 3 -party agreement was signed by Ganja Automobile Plant, Minsk Automobile Plant and the German company Haller to install municipal equipment produced by the German company at the automobile division of Ganja Automobile Plant assembling MAZ vehicles.
According to Golding, possession of ganja for religious or therapeutic purposes as prescribed by a registered medical practitioner, or for scientific research by an accredited institution, will also be decriminalised.
After Naveen Kumar took charge as the ASP of the area, 14 cases of Ganja smuggling were booked three months and the police recovered a haul of 35 kilograms of Ganja.
The tribal area of East Godavari and adjoining Visakhapatanam districts is notorious for the Ganja cultivation and the issue of officials of the police and the forest department have links with the cultivators was raked up many times in the past.
They said ganja in Delhi fetches a much higher price than in other parts of the country.
We have been told that the forests where ganja is grown is a fortified zone where outsiders can enter but cannot come out alive.
SOPMI is designed to meet the needs of Ganja for the period until 2035, when its population will exceed 450,000 people.
Ganja Chief Executive Elmar Valiyev, Azerbaijan's Deputy Minister of Economy and Industry Niyazi Safarov, Azerbaijan's Deputy Minister of Agriculture Ilham Guliyev, Azerbaijan's Ambassador to France Elchin Amirbayov, ambassadors of Romania and Uzbekistan to Azerbaijan Daniel Chobanu and Sherzod Fayziyev, and guests who represented France attended the event.
Besides the communication between the twin cities of Ganja and Strasbourg, the organization of exhibitions dedicated to genius Azerbaijani poets Nizami Ganjavi and Mahsati Ganjavi, held in November-December of 2013, was also discussed at the event.
6m to the executive power of Ganja from the Reserve Fund of the President of Azerbaijan for building of a motor road extending to 21 km to join settlements with the overall population of 35,000 people.