bazooka


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bazooka

Drug slang
A regional term for
(1) Cocaine; crack cocaine.
(2) Coca paste and marijuana deployed as a joint.
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38, for breaching the flight's safety by claiming that he had a bazooka in his possession and endangering the passengers' lives besides the flight's safety.
The attendant, who seemed worried said the accused claimed that he was carrying a bazooka.
I don't have a bazooka, but it is not a problem for me to get a bazooka," he added.
Early in World War II, the Bazooka went from drawing board to battlefield in 30 days--surely some kind of record.
Environmentalist Cindy Lewis, who loves hiking, volunteering and recycling, is among new characters in the mini cartoon strips that wrap each piece of Bazooka bubble gum.
When the head of the Anti-Smuggling Unit confronts the boss with the fact, General Bazooka considers Bat the informer.
What Bat doesn't know is that the semi-literate, Machiavellian General Bazooka actually means to destroy him.
Besides its Bazooka brand and the Joe Bazooka character it created, it is sports cards that the company became best known for--first major league baseball, then other major leagues, including basketball, football, hockey, and most recently Nascar; as well as entertainment cards such as Pokemon and Star Wars.
Goddard did contribute to the war effort by designing the bazooka.