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skunk A regional slang term for:
(1) Marijuana, see there.
(2) Heroin, see there.
a musteline mammal of the subfamily Mephitinae. The best-known animal in this group is the striped skunk Mephitis mephitis, a cat-size, mostly nocturnal, burrowing animal with a beautiful black coat and two longitudinal white stripes that run into the tail. It can also eject a powerfully pungent foul-smelling liquid up to 10 feet through the air.
skunks are an important reservoir host of rabies in North America where they are the most common cause of rabies in cattle.
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First, wipe the excess skunk spray
off your dog with a paper towel or cloth that you can throw away afterward.
Although skunk spray
won't blind a cat, it is very painful, and skunks can carry rabies.
I think he should consider adding a jug of white vinegar for a variety of uses as well as for skunk spray
The dynamic molecular world in all stored brews continues to alter flavors, sometimes overshadowing the tastes that a beer drinker loves with other flavors so offensive that they're likened to skunk spray
but according to wildlife experts, some skunk spray
is so powerful it can completely incapacitate a healthy adult, and cause intense pain.
Margaret Orjias says it smelled like skunk spray
and left an acidic taste in her mouth.