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noun Cocaine verb To inhale cocaine through the nose, often facilitated by a straw or other tubular device

snort

(snŏrt) [ME. snorten]
A slang term for inhale, esp. for the inhalation of illicit drugs.
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Sneezes, Snorts & Sniffles: 7 Piano Pieces with Extra-musical Sounds, by Wendy Stevens.
"She liked to snort cocaine using rolled up hundred-dollar bills.
"You know how to cook these (snort)?" "My mother taught me how to make them," I replied.
The snort is certainly the most widely recognized of the whitetail's calls.
The company said its Sourcefire IPS and open source Snort both have the functionality to detect the bug, as well as attacks against the underlying vulnerability that enables it.The VRT has now supplemented this protection with a new rule (GID 1, SID 19825) that specifically detects this new exploit and helps administrators identify the specific tool being used to attack them.
The company said Snort and Sourcefire Vulnerability Research Team (VRT) rules are now available through the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) in the form of an Amazon Machine Image (AMI), enabling customers to monitor network activity for malicious behaviour and provide automated responses.
Bro-Jorgensen and colleague Wiline Pangle of Ohio State University in Columbus first observed males when they were making honest snorts. Even when alone, male antelopes snorted when a human approached, suggesting that rather than being a warning to fellow antelopes, a true snort is directed at the predator itself.
Has announced that the Sourcefire[R] Vulnerability Research Team (VRT) has delivered rules to protect Sourcefire customers and Snort users from two Microsoft vulnerabilities recently disclosed.
In the interview, Richards said: "The strangest thing I've tried to snort? My father.
Nessus, Snort, & Ethereal power tools; customizing open source security applications.
The solution is built upon three key elements -- sFlow, an industry standard for real-time traffic monitoring supported on Foundry's switch and router product lines, Foundry's IronView Network Manager (INM) and Snort, an open source industry standard for intrusion detection and prevention.