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matchbox

A regional term for 1/4 ounce of marijuana, or six marijuana cigarettes.
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The idea was simple: you couldn't fit your Matchbox cars with motors, so instead it was the track itself that moved; or, to be exact, a long spring that was coiled up in the slots cut into the grey (later orange) plastic track.
The works of Ravi Varma and his contemporaries were extensively appropriated for use on matchbox labels.
Each story in Matchbox ( and in Ashapurna Debi's wider spectrum of work) is about ordinary lives.
How does the landing pad work in a similar way to the open matchbox in the demonstration?
He adds it has worked both ways: At times Thomas put his solo work on hold for Matchbox Twenty.
Your Matchbox Me box can serve as your vision board, your law of attraction device, your mirror into yourself, or simply as a decorative accent piece.
Chief executive Walter Faulstroh said: "We are very much looking forward to launching our UK operations and in addition to the Matchbox building, we will be launching 20 gyms throughout the UK in the near future.
The dump truck, complete with driver, in the foreground of the picture was one of the first three Matchbox models, the other two being a road roller and a cement mixer; while the maroon Vauxhall Cresta was the first saloon car in the series, issued in 1956.
The Matchbox is the base for a number of groups and activities for children and elderly people.
On May 4, Matchbox Twenty play their biggest Scottish headline gig at Glasgow's SECC.
When they reunited for what would logically have been a farewell album, the members of Matchbox Twenty discovered, to their surprise and delight, that there was a spark to take things further.
THE creator of Matchbox cars - the models collected by generations of schoolboys - has left pounds 8,619,431 in his will.