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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.
References in classic literature ?
Even we grown-up children hear his piping now and then.
You will be surprised to see how much I know about piping hems and gathering arm-holes and shirring biases," began Dr.
Save the dull piping of insects and the sough of the leaves, there was silence everywhere--the sweet restful silence of nature.
About me is murmur and hum, and I know it for the gnat- swarm of the living, piping for a little space its thin plaint of troubled air.
You have seen such a vase, perhaps, with beautiful sculptured figures on it, dancing maidens and piping shepherds.
The Sahib awaits you," said he, and even as he spoke there came a high piping voice from some inner room.
Yet did it quiver under the finger-tip caress in rhythmic vibrations that became whisperings and rustlings and mutterings of sound--but of sound so different; so elusively thin that it was shimmeringly sibilant; so mellow that it was maddening sweet, piping like an elfin horn, which last was just what Bassett decided would be like a peal from some bell of the gods reaching earthward from across space.
Once, O Ngurn," he said, not taking his eyes from the sheening, vibrating surface whereon and wherein all the shades of cherry-red played unceasingly, ever a-quiver to change into sound, to become silken rustlings, silvery whisperings, golden thrummings of cords, velvet pipings of elfland, mellow distances of thunderings.
To describe the soul of piping, Carson looks to Irish poet William Butler Yeats' 1899 verse ``The Host of the Air'':
Specified materials including industrial piping had to demonstrate superior corrosion resistance that would prevent premature system failure.