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pipe

Drug slang
noun
(1) Crack pipe;
(2) Marijuana pipe;
(3) Regionally popular term for a vein into which a drug is injected.

verb To mix drugs with other substances.
 
Research
See Leaky pipe.
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Proof: The pictorial description of chute moves immediately implies that the permutation associated to the pipe dream remains unchanged.
Last week's Pipe Dream winner Russell Bentley (Kent AC), who is staying in Snowdonia for six months, finished last after taking a wrong turn.
VICTORIOUS: But Alex Salmond must not sell Scots a pipe dream
Starting with a k-north-east filling of [lambda], one obtains a pipe dream by replacing every 1 by two turning pipes and every 0 by two crossing pipes.
INDIAN PIPE DREAM carries the colours of Elaine Houlton in the Pertemps Final, the silks that flashed first past the post in the 1998 Kim Muir, courtesy of In Truth.
Pipe Dream has sailed back into the river as the flagship of the Maritime Volunteer Service's Tyne Unit, based at North Shields.
With their inconsistent scoring, goaltending and special teams, the Kings have plenty of room for improvement, and they need a lot of it, and soon, if the playoffs are to be anything but a pipe dream.
9-mile Pipe Dream fell-race starts at Dolgarrog and involves 1,700 feet of climbing.
Instead, by reprivatizing risk and reducing Social Security to just another retirement account, we abandon the common good for a pipe dream of personal enrichment and lay the keystone for the next memorial to economic casualties of the future.
I'm not talking about a vaccine, which most scientists consider a pipe dream against a diverse and constantly mutating retrovirus like HIV.
A campaigner for better health services fears a promised new hospital remains a pipe dream.
Besides performing with Metropolitan Opera Ballet, Sadler's Wells, and Roland Petit's company, Orloff appeared on Broadway, garnering accolades in Rodgers and Hammerstein's Pipe Dream (1955) and in the revival of On Your Toes (1954), where he was typecast (by George Balanchine) as a Russian dancer.