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Buda

A regional term for a high-grade marijuana joint filled with crack cocaine.
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"Asi que esta absolutamente seguro de poder hacer eso por mi?", pregunto de nueva vez al Buda.
He said he decided to stop drinking Buda's tap water several years ago after he researched the issue and decided that it could cause kidney, bone and thyroid problems.
The problem was that while the sorcerers' medicine was effective, it carried a side effect: it turned the client into a buda. This meant that they would make others sick, usually inadvertently, usually by looking at them or their food.
From the Buda end of the Chain Bridge, at Clark Adam Square you can take the Funicular up to Castle Hill and explore the Buda Castle Quarter.
Basandonos en estos antecedentes, la creacion de Buda se levantaria como una posible solucion al fracaso de la lucha politica, posibilidad sujeta a la potencialidad del proceso en el cual se lleva a cabo una accion y no en el planteamiento con fines resolutorios a esta.
The Buda site belongs to the group's unit Danfoss Chartleff which produces distributers for cooling equipment.
--A ver--dijo el guardian alzando los hombros--, ?como puedes recoger las reliquias sagradas de un Buda de madera?
A trip to Buda Castle, a World Heritage Site situated at the top of Buda, is worth it for the ascent alone.
During February 1945 I was in a bomb shelter of an apartment house located on Varosmajor Utca in Buda, Hungary.
The Labyrinth of Buda Castle is a baffling maze of caves 16 metres down inside Castle Hill in the captivating Hungarian city of Budapest.
(Leahy) Buda, 75, of Worcester died Tuesday, June 19th in her home.