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hooch

Substance abuse
1. A street term for marijuana. See Marijuana.
2. Moonshine, see there.
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Similarly, there were no seizures of hooch at St Patrick's Institution, which accommodates 17-year-old convicts.
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.
Terrence said that Hooch, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross, suffered bites to his body and had his collar dislodged during the attack, but escaped without serious injury.
The hooch had been strained using an old T-shirt to get rid of the fruit sediment and placed next to a radiator to aid the fermentation process.
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 is seven and Hopper, who is a dwarf rabbit, is one.
Peter McParlin, area representative for the Prison Officers Association (POA), said they were making "hooch" from it.
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