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smack

(smăk)
n. Slang
Heroin.

smack

Usage notes: slang.
heroin.

smack

Drug slang A popular street term for heroin. See Heroin.
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Ashington isn't exactly a million miles away and it sits smack bang in the middle of the area of highest population in the county.
bcc " Another witness said: "There was this almighty bang and a huge piece of ceiling fell smack bang in the centre of the bar.
When he came in they were smack bang in the middle - as close to promotion as they were to relegation (Wolves were, in fact, six points clear of the bottom three and nine off the top six).
P W Harlequins 12 Leicester 12 8 Saracens 11 8 Gloucester 12 7 Wasps 126 Northampton11 7 Exeter 126 Bath 125 Worcester 12 4 London Welsh12 4 London Irish 122 Sale 122 TODAY'S FIXTURES AVIVA PREMIERSHIP: "But we are smack bang in the middle of it and it is going to be a rollercoaster ride in the 10 matches left in the league.
One of the holes is right smack bang in the middle of a sheep station," Caputo said.
Byline: Smack bang in the middle of a UK tour, The Charlatans are heading to Dubai to squeeze in a one-off live performance.
And if like me, you are a Material Girl, then thank the Lord for Harvey Nichols which has a store smack bang in the city centre.
Although away from prying eyes, its location couldn't be better as it's smack bang in the centre of this popular village.
By way of celebration, this hour-long featurette, which occurs smack bang in the Lamacq Live slot, sees Nirvana fan and competition winner Daniel Sasto chat to those who knew the singer best in an attempt to find out more about the man behind the music.
As mentioned in the article drug users needles found there and it's smack bang next to a play gym and skating facility for kids.
This strategic site smack bang in the middle of the city was the home of all the local kings - the O'Dunphys, O'Carrolls and Fitzpatricks - before the Norman invasion in 1170.
Kelly Duffy: "I lived in Benwell smack bang in the middle of the riots and it was only a small group who went on the rempage.