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hooch

Substance abuse
1. A street term for marijuana. See Marijuana.
2. Moonshine, see there.
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226 pints of hooch were seized at Castlerea Prison last year
Botulism cases (n = 31) in a federal correctional facility, by reported date of hooch exposure * and symptom onset--Mississippi, June 1-19, 2016
Hooch was rushed straight to PDSA's Bradford Pet Hospital where vets performed X-rays which revealed something lurking in his intestines.
Mum-of-three Karen, 31, said she adopted Hooch from previous owners and, despite his size, he is still a puppy of 20 months.
He said "The other dog took one look at Hooch and just went for him," said Terrence.
After discussing it with my wife, I decided togive Hooch .
The inmate in whose cell the hooch was found was given 21 days' loss of privileges by the governor, including seven days without TV.
It was used to distil neat alcohol from basic prison hooch which is produced by fermenting fruit, bread and sugar.
A prison source said: "Cameron ended up with quite a beating after he was accused of grassing on the lad who was brewing the hooch.
Hooch licks Hopper and ends up slobbering all over him.
30pm) Steve and Becky's second wedding day goes like a dream - until they return to the Rovers and receive a nasty surprise courtesy of Slug and DC Hooch.
Johnny Walker - another of the Birmingham Six - was then well known for the potency of his prison hooch.