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smack

(smăk)
n. Slang
Heroin.

smack

Usage notes: slang.
heroin.

smack

Drug slang A popular street term for heroin. See Heroin.
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The appellate decision in favor of the universities seemed to hinge upon two key points: (1) the court's finding of an overwhelming similarity between Smack Apparel's t-shirts and the universities' licensed products and (2) Smack Apparel's admission that its use of colors and indicia on its shirts was done purposely to call the universities to the minds of the fans.
But until last week I had felt that a short, sharp smack on the bum could do no harm, especially in instances when the child was actually putting itself in danger.
Discipline, including a smack when other methods fail, is loving the child enough to not allow him to harm himself, either physically, emotionally, or morally; which includes not allowing him to harm others.
I can't think of a better way to show off our new 2013 Summer line, than having twelve beautiful ladies (and one handsome leading man) playing a game of beach volleyball in sunny, 85 degree weather," said Smack Sportswear CEO, Bill Sigler.
But there is a difference between a smack across the legs and assault.
The Christian Institute, based in Newcastle, has defended parents who occasionally use a smack to correct their child's bad behaviour.
I think a more affective method of punishment is to deprive children of the things that they like, such as, television for a night, than it is to smack them.
Parents will face prosecution if they smack their child hard enough to leave a mark or cause mental harm.
Under my amendment, parents will still be able to smack their children if they don't harm them physically or mentally.
One full point added to teams whose coaches smack players on nationally televised games, whose players smack fans running on the field and whose players smack opposing assistant coaches, unless it involves an Air Force quarterback who is completely in the right.
Parents have only a limited right to smack their children, Switzerland's highest court has ruled.