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matchbox

A regional term for 1/4 ounce of marijuana, or six marijuana cigarettes.
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Former drummer Doucette took over as guitarist and -- where previous Matchbox albums primarily showcased Thomas' writing -- on "Exile," all of the band members pitched in creatively.
Although the officer testified that he believed the item to be a matchbox, the court nonetheless held that his suspicion that the matchbox contained contraband did not satisfy the "immediately apparent" requirement.
But after becoming the minister for civil aviation, people stopped frisking me and my matchbox also came along with me," he said.
So he scribbled a note which read 'Dearest wife and bairns, off to France - love to you all, Daddy' and put it in a matchbox.
22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Critically acclaimed pop rock fan-favorites Matchbox Twenty invade AXS TV, in the MATCHBOX TWENTY TAKEOVER , kicking off at 12:00pE on Sunday, February 15.
Founded in 2011 by former college admissions professionals, Matchbox already has more than a dozen customers including the graduate programs at MIT and UCLA as well as the undergraduate programs at University of Dayton and Colorado College.
The Matchbox Cabaret is so-called due to the pocket-sized yet incendiary character of the gig, Its organisers explain though that after nine years they were a due a break from what is often a full-on night at the end of a busy weekend in the restaurant.
Only a handful of the green cab models were ever produced, as for some unknown reason Matchbox decided to issue the yellow cab model instead," said Stewart.
West Denton residents are collecting tokens to raise money for Matchbox, which has been run by volunteers for five years without council funding.
The Urbananasplash was revealed at the Matchbox, in Garston, yesterday.
They may not be as massive over here but, in the US, Matchbox Twenty are superstars.