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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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The light rail project is well behind its timeline and National understands its also facing a budget blowout. Its time for Mr Twyford to be more open and transparent with taxpayers money.
San Miguel's 38-point blowout in Game 3 also tied the biggest winning margin in PBA finals history, a record Alaska once owned solely when it beat the Beermen 99-61 in Game 6 of the 1998 Philippine Cup.
The well blowout at Rag-e Sefid in Khuzestan province occurred October 29.
On Tuesday it was claimed there were 25 gas blowouts in the months prior to the 2016 tragedy.
Depending on the morphological characteristics, the blowouts in the study area were divided into simple blowouts and compound blowout.
With a call to the building's Abigail Michaels managed concierge, or a press of a button on the Drybar app, a stylist will be deployed to 111 Murray Street where residents can enjoy any number of services including blowouts, up-dos and hydrating treatments.
The cause of the blowout remains unknown, though state officials surmise it may have been caused by hydraulic fracturing of a nearby well in a situation referred to in the industry as "communication" between wells.
AN UNSTOPPABLE BITUMEN BLOWOUT at a Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.
"Oil and gas well blowouts are susceptible to occur again, but engineers and technicians can minimize damage," he added.
Abu Dhabi The Ministry of Interior is organising an awareness campaign to reduce instances of tyre blowouts this summer after 31 people were killed last year.
It requested better ways to cap and contain blowouts once they have occurred.