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Related to shooting the breeze: at first blush, align with, take it for granted, knows no bounds
Drug slang verb To inject a drug, usually understood to mean an abuse substance
Forensics To discharge a firearm

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that part of a vascular plant which is above the ground, consisting of stem and leaves.
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There's Howard Lieberman of West Hills in his '41 Olds convertible, shooting the breeze with Larry Weisbart of Tarzana in his cherry red '60 Chevy, while Neil Haspel of Northridge pulls up behind them in his black '57 Chevy convertible.
But while the Partick Thistle boss is shooting the breeze with fellow doo men, his high-flying Premier promotion chasers have had their wings clipped.
Some of the best scenes come from Brenneman and Futterman just sitting around shooting the breeze.
I had my wild periods - going out to nightclubs, drinking until dawn, shooting the breeze.
I assumed that hacks would not be among the list of VIPs given the honour of shooting the breeze with Chas or Wills, and I had been told as much by the powers-that-be.
Last year Anderson, fresh off a 1,002-yard season, was shooting the breeze with Oprah Winfrey on a show that brought together some of the country's most eligible bachelors.
uk before 2pm today and you could find yourself shooting the breeze with a genuine Hollywood heartthrob.
But instead of spending a week shooting the breeze and digesting the performance at Lord's, they decided to meet while Bloody Sunday's capitulation was fresh in the memory.
Sitting in their favorite booth and shooting the breeze.
When you are with a bunch of mates at 3am and the ciggies are flying around and you're shooting the breeze, ruling the universe, and having the best ideas, ciggies are great.
A lovely Clare lass named Hillary was another I definitely enjoyed shooting the breeze with towards the end.
Within the '60s soul pantheon, unsung heroes hang around the corner, shooting the breeze and crushing out cigarettes.