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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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On Friday city officials said a 3-year-old boy playing with the burners on a kitchen stove started the fire that killed 12 people
So I modified the camp stove burner by removing the two bottom screws that hold it in place and replaced them with a longer nut/bolt configuration that allowed me to precisely adjust the camp stove burner height to one and an eighth inch below the top of the grill, just like on my kitchen stove.
A: I assume that you are referring to a kitchen stove. Any vent rising in a cold attic is likely to have condensate drip back down, wet insulation and damage ceiling finishes.
The police discovered that a small kitchen stove had been placed next to Uy-ur's bed, with a hose transporting gas under Uy-ur's blanket.
From a stool by the kitchen stove, she read materials for class, materials related to her many civic involvements, and articles in NCR.
A recent study conducted by researchers from Oregon State University (OSU) showed an association between gas kitchen stove ventilation and asthma, asthma symptoms, and chronic bronchitis.
The room designs feature "hidden" amenities (refrigerator, kitchen stove, etc.) to reduce clutter.
Sometimes it's just to hot to fire up the kitchen stove and cook something for the family.
Whether you're using the grill of a kitchen stove or you've decamped outside to the trusty barbecue, the principles are the same and Raymond's tips can make the difference between a charred mess and a succulent feast.
The pair attempted to make bombs on their kitchen stove and on a barbeque in the back yard of their home, the court heard.
The inventor heated a mixture of finely ground limestone and day in his kitchen stove and ground the mixture into a powder to create a hydraulic cement--one that hardens with the addition of water.
After a day of slaving over the kitchen stove, I like nothing better than an evening of pampering.