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blowout

Regional drug slang for:
(1) Crack cocaine.
(2) A party at which alcohol/drugs are used to excess.
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Blow-outs were not regular occurrences but not uncommon either, he said, and were a part of the mining process when naturally-formed gas escaped.
The energy boom in Australia has led to labour shortages and cost blow-outs, and there's a risk of cost-overruns, but Ichthys is in a comparatively better situation with 75 per cent of the project awarded on a lump-sum basis, he said.
* Fewer face blow-outs because thickened emulsion resists flowing into cracks and voids.
She has 14 years practical experience in precision cutting, artistic coloring, Keratin straightening, permanent curls, hair extensions and blow-outs; consistently earning top industry awards.
The mechanic said: "I've been saving up for ages for this and it's been one of the best blow-outs ever."
A series of dangerous tyre blow-outs at the British Grand Prix two Sundays ago forced supplier Pirelli to rush out a safer set of rear tyres for the Nuerburgring which had an inner belt of Kevlar, a synthetic fibre, rather than steel.
Yesterday also passed without incident with Pirelli's revised tyres after the blow-outs at Silverstone.
Drivers harden stance after union meeting Alonso wary of Silverstone Pirelli test Boycott would not be a first for the sport Nuerburgring: Formula One drivers announced on Thursday they will withdraw from this weekend's German Grand Prix if the tyre blow-outs which marred Sunday's British race occur again.
Washington, July 4 ( ANI ): Italian tyre manufacturer Pirelli has insisted that they are not to blame for the dangerous blow-outs that compromised driver safety at the British Grand Prix, which is still dominating the 2013 Formula One championship.
Tyre suppliers Pirelli's reputation is in tatters, similar to the rubber strewn across the Northamptonshire circuit as four separate blow-outs made for one of the most embarrassing days in Formula One's history.
That's a pretty hideous waste." But lavish blow-outs seem to have increased.