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matchbox

A regional term for 1/4 ounce of marijuana, or six marijuana cigarettes.
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The new open edition designs (as well as the drunk cat matchboxes and posters) are all available for sale in Zupa's online store (ravizupa.com/store).
A lot of collectors have fond memories of playing with Hot Wheels and Matchbox as kids and to pick up collecting them again as an adult can often bring back feelings of nostalgia.
In the mid-1960s, Matchbox (Lesney, the maker, had been founded by two friends after the war) decided they needed something with which to compete.
The works of Ravi Varma and his contemporaries were extensively appropriated for use on matchbox labels.
We find truths in her stories that we didn't realise before, and that is what literature does." In Matchbox , the truths come in the form of life- altering dilemmas ( Kathamo/ The Scheme of Things ), the illusion of sorrow ( Shok/ Grief ) and the skewed perception of people ( Chhayashurjo/ Shadowsun ).
Matchbox were a band who updated this rockabilly style and and brought it, very successfully, to an Eighties pop audience.
Great-grandfather's collection of matchboxes housed in an old cigar box captures the imagination.
$50,000, tiny homes like The Matchbox could help to ease the shortage of affordable housing in the capital city, where the median price per square foot has climbed to a staggering $450.
Each matchbox carries a warning in Arabic that reads: "Hamas is setting fire to the West Bank".
Many created pillows, bed skirts and additional blankets to customize their matchbox beds.
Tree carver Simon O'Rourke and Emma Wilson, owner of Emzcakes, were guest speakers at the launch of new networking and business advice forum Matchbox, at Glyndw r University.
Using the ruler as a guide, hold the matchbox vertically (one of its smallest sides pointed downward) 15 centimeters (6 inches) above the table.