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matchbox

A regional term for 1/4 ounce of marijuana, or six marijuana cigarettes.
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The new open edition designs (as well as the drunk cat matchboxes and posters) are all available for sale in Zupa's online store (ravizupa.com/store).
The matchboxes, with images ranging from hotels, hostels, public canteens, and bus companies, among several others, serve as a medium of advertising similar to packets of tissue papers distributed freely on the streets nowadays.
The story of the south Indian factories began in 1923 when two young enterprising men travelled to Calcutta to learn the business of handmade matchboxes, and on their return set up factories in the south.
I've always liked collecting and I take it very seriously." Although he has no clear idea about the number of matchboxes he currently owns, he roughly sets the estimate at about 25,000.
To attach the fabric to the matchboxes, we used hot glue--but not before making sure we discussed and learned how to safely use hot glue.
| BOX SET: Freya Kruczenyk with her pop -up worlds in matchboxes (PW191112Hpopup-03)
According to him, he has so far collected some 300,000 matchboxes.
The idea of marketing them in matchboxes was a stroke of genius.
Using everyday items, the cast play out short scenes which are both intricate and boisterous, using everything from matchboxes to oil drums.
I always thought people who collect bizarre stuff like matchboxes and used camel hair a little strange.
Here Neuenschwander has arranged a great many variously dismant led yellow matchboxes on a table, forming a sort of labyrinth--but one in which no path goes very far--inhabited by large black beetles, each with a little white tag on its back.
The children work up to 12 hours a day, six days a week, for years in the oppressive and dangerous task of making cigarettes and matchboxes, earning only pennies.