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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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For wronged wife Cindy, revenge was a dish best served piping hot when she found out that her husband had been cheating on her after a full 25 years of marriage.
All-you-can eat, burger joints on every city street corner and door-step delivery of piping hot takeaways makes it all too easy for us lesser mortals to pile on the pounds.
Big, somewhat flat bowls of wonderful, creations came to the table piping hot.
Anne Fitzpatrick, was seriously injured when she was scalded by piping hot water from the country's underground springs during a stay at a Reykjavik guest house three weeks ago.
In addition to salads, the new Fresh Choice offers a wide selection of made-from-scratch soups, fresh baked pizzas, piping hot pastas complemented by our unique specialty sauces, a baked potato bar with all the toppings, as well as fresh-baked breads, muffins and tempting desserts.
When food is labelled as suitable for cooking from frozen, it is safe to do this as long as you follow the instructions and make sure the food is piping hot all the way before you serve it.
Meanwhile, heat the remaining curry sauce until piping hot.
According to the ECHO report, testers - apart from finding the food piping hot - found the chicken dish watery and the cheese dish undercooked.
A piping hot cup of coffee and a loose lid have landed the parent company of Carl's Jr.
10 cone of sizzlers weighed 320g on my in-car scales and my piping hot chips were little beauties - crisp outside, fluffy white inside.
Add the prawns and 3 tablespoons curry sauce and simmer gently for 2 minutes until piping hot throughout.
Resolving next year to see more of Morocco, the party headed back to Spain and a campground at La Linea, where they had dinner and prepared for bed - only to find that the water in the women's showers was ice-cold while the men's showers were piping hot.