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carburetor

A drug subculture term for the stem attachment for a crack cocaine pipe.
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The surface temperature/dewpoint split indicated by the meteorological reports in the area suggested that carburettor icing could be expected at any power setting.
The time it would take for a significant amount of ice to form within the carburettor is unknown but in suitable conditions it can happen rapidly," it said.
It was just a standard carburettor from Mikael Blixt in Sweden and 90 to 95 per cent of riders in Britain use them.
It says he took immediate steps, which included applying full carburettor heat.
The report adds : "On reflection, the pilot considered that the initial engine problem probably resulted from carburettor icing.
A THIS model of car is known to suffer from the carburettor faults you describe.
Fisher goes into tomorrow's meeting using Billy Janniro's carburettors, having struggled on his own in the last few meetings for the Whale Toyota Bees.
Nuffield's company, Morris Motors, had taken over the Wolseley in 1935 and SU Carburettors a year later
Prime Minister Winston Churchill (top) with Sir Miles Thomas walking outside one of the buildings nat the Wolseley works and (above) a woman working on SU carburettors talking with the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Wilfrid Martineau
PAT Rowland wrote to me about her family's time working for SU Carburettors in Birmingham and asked for more information on the firm and its beginnings.