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Drug slang noun Cocaine
verb To snort a drug, inhale cocaine, or smoke marijuana
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But The Day It All Blew Away teaches us that if you mix together some hilarious nonsense, a personable hat and a tiny little friend, you're guaranteed to make your world a little bit brighter.
But the Celtic chief also blew away any hopes the fans had of a Parkhead spending spree and warned the club probably wouldn't be able to afford to keep Craig Bellamy.
But the wolf was big and powerful and accustomed to getting his way, so he took a deep breath and he huffed and he puffed and easily blew away the little pig's job.
One of the strongest in recorded history, this blast blew away most of the island, leaving only a crescent of the volcano's rim standing above the ocean.
First quarter revenue and earnings for Manpower (NYSE:MAN) blew away our estimates, as the company really demonstrated the favorable leverage characteristics of its business.