nugget


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nugget

A regional term for amphetamine.
References in classic literature ?
Stop your fooling and tell me where that nugget is.
When I come to, there was Vahna spread-eagled on top of the nugget, and the old fellow with a beak jabbering away solemnly as if going through some sort of religious exercises.
Well, I just sat there looking at the chip in the moonlight, and turning it over and over and figuring what it was and where it'd come from, when all of a sudden there was a snap inside my head as if something had broken, and then I could see Vahna spread-eagled on that big nugget and the old fellow with the beak waving the stone knife, and .
And I ain't been able to figure out how to get back that big nugget.
Of course they never carried that monster nugget up there.
I was standing before an exhibit of facsimiles of the record nuggets which had been discovered in the goldfields of the Antipodes.
It's already home to much talked about giant chicken nugget Nugzilla and now a certainNewcastle restaurantis playing Cupid by creating love heart versions right in time forValentine's Day.
Take a look at all the chicken nugget news this year:
The chicken nugget samples contained a range of from 28% to 52% moisture and 16% to 30% fat.
Knowing Twitterfolk, the comments may just be in trolling jest rather than in sincere hostility aimed at the teen's stroke of nugget fortune.
A PROSPECTOR has hit the jackpot by finding Britain's biggest ever gold nugget, worth PS50,000.
Nugget (about 10 g) was ground in a sterile pestle and mortar with 90 mL sterile 0.