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(1) A metal receptacle (e.g., a spoon) in which cocaine or other illicit drugs are placed in a solution and injected, often by a hypodermic needle.
(2) A person who illicitly produces methamphetamine.

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Mr Lockwood said the engineer told him that if he didn't cap off the cooker, he would have to get Northern Gas Networks (NGN) to cut off the gas supply to the house from the road.
However, some tenants living in phase two buildings equipped with electric sockets have started switching to electric cookers while several others remain sceptical.
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John Wray Country Stoves specialises in the sale of reconditioned Aga range cookers.
Verdict: Well-priced cooker and the digital timer is great, especially as it switches to 'keep warm' without you having to do anything.
The cooker will work better if all of the air gaps are sealed, and the heated air cannot escape.
Not only did I never use a slow cooker, I didn't even own one.
The Guru left for Germany, leaving behind a model cooker.
Global food processing equipment manufacturer JBT FoodTech has modified its Double D Revorack Multi-Purpose Cooker to enable both large and small food manufacturers to increase capacity by up to 67 percent, but on a significantly smaller footprint.