blastin

blastin

An obsolete nonspecific term for a growth substance, which may either
(1) Be required for growth (i.e., a nutrient); or
(2) Promote growth (i.e., a cytokine).
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When you're completely lost in awe over a virtual world, you might not notice that you've spent hours with battle horns directly blastin in your ear.
Authorities confiscated two pieces of non-electric blastin caps, 3.5 meters of detonating cords and 1.5 meters time fuse and components of improvised explosive device (IED).
-- Up a tree-lined trail still marked ''no blastin on Sundays,'' swarms of bees now patrol a mountain once partially broken apart for coal.
Be your own Boss,6 yr hip hop rap music type barber shop/salon.Flat screen blastin the tunes out.
Petraeus's trip to Islamabad signals Pakistan's crucial role in Washington's so-called "war on terror", particularly in the escalating conflict in neighbouring Afghanistan.Waziristan blastIn a sign of the challenge facing Pakistani and US forces along the border with Afghanistan, just hours before his arrival on Sunday, eight Pakistani paramilitary soldiers were killed in a blast in South Waziristan.
Luis Prieto blasted the only goal as Athletic Bilbao beat Mallorca 1-0 on Saturday, blastin a free-kick in 57 minutes that left keeper Toni Prats rooted to the spot