burn one

burn one

Drug slang
verb To smoke a joint (marijuana cigarette).
References in classic literature ?
"I've made two wills, and I'm going to burn one. Now you do as I tell you.
Little addicted as he was to the sportive view of existence, he had said to himself at an early stage of his sojourn that the only way to enjoy the great Republic would be to burn one's standards and warm one's self at the blaze.
With the notes still reverberating off the ruins, a fan in the not-cheap seats shouted "Burn One Down!" -- one of the hits from "Fight for your Mind" -- at the stage.
Cubic foot of air to burn one gallon of gas 23.82 etc.
The statement said that "the force of the Baghdad Operations Command carried out a security operation in al-Abadi area resulted in the killing of ten terrorists and burn one vehicle carrying a machine gun./End
Same night, another group of unidentified armed men burn three shops in the town?s industrial area, belonging to Turkmens and they burn one shop in the grand market owned by a Kurd.
To have a fighting chance of achieving the world's governments limit of 2% global warming, we can only burn one fifth of the fossil fuels already available to us.
This does not mean that it is wiser to always burn a large bulb, but rather that it is better to burn one big one than several small ones to get the same amount of light."
A security source told the 26September.net that soldiers of central security forces have engaged in a fierce fighting with those terrorist elements and managed to burn one of the two cars they were in killing the eight who were inside it while those who were in the other car managed to escape.
Free Burning, the follow-up to Ojikutu's debut novel, 47th Street Black, takes readers into the grim realities of lives so bound up in cycles of poverty and degradation that often the only escape might well be to burn one's way free.
The service starts from USD8.99 and customers can only burn one copy of each movie downloaded, to DVD, in order to protect against piracy.
LEDs are a different story: bright, warm light; instant-on; and they really seem to last (I haven't been able to burn one out).