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blowout

Regional drug slang for:
(1) Crack cocaine.
(2) A party at which alcohol/drugs are used to excess.

blowout

with reference to hens, prolapse of the oviduct through the vent.
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One week after the blowout, Oil Minister Bijan Namdar-Zanganeh said the blaze would be brought under control within one and half months, but the well was still burning Tuesday after 57 days.
Solicitors for Mr Anderson's family earlier questioned why workers couldn't operate the machines from further back - and why the "worrying" increase in gas blowouts didn't raise more concern.
He said the blowout occurred following gas leak in side valve tubing head spool.
They found that blowout shear rams had difficultly cutting through the new pipes, and also through heavier sections of smaller pipes, such as drill collars and tool joints.
The only other themed touring Blues Harmonica Blowout was a tribute to Muddy Waters, whose career intertwined with Walter's quite a bit.
The State of Alaska's drilling rules were very strong even before Macondo--stronger that the federal government's--and a detailed post-Macondo review of regulations by the AOGCC and outside experts revealed no major flaws except in one area, a specific requirement for a plan to control a blowout, according to Kathy Foerster, another AOGCC Commissioners.
We randomly selected and harvested one infructescence per plant each of the five blowouts in each of the two county locations for seed count, weight, and viability.
We used a Kruskall-Wallis test to search for differences in quality of habitat (size of blowout) among sites, with size of individual blowouts as the sample unit.
Of course, an ineffective blowout preventer was not the only failure leading up to the worst oil spill in U.
And it was not helped by two tyre blowouts soon after it left Barry Docks, leaving it blocking traffic behind for around 20 minutes yesterday.
Firefighter Red Adair (above, and left in typically daring action) has died aged 89 after a life spent tackling blowouts and fires across the world
This can lead to a panoply of bad results, from poor mileage to on-the-road blowouts.