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toke

verb Substance abuse To inhale a large air volume while smoking a substance of abuse–eg, marijuana, less commonly cocaine or crack cocaine, maintaining the lungs expanded with a slight Valsalva maneuver, to maximize the substance's absorption. Cf 'Snort. '.
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All music must be unsampled, original and awesome for Toke N' Choke Dispensary.
Toke, who was close to retirement, was pulled into the middle of the lake and dragged underwater with the help of another crocodile - Chef de Cabinet.
The Japanese tale ends in tragedy for Kim and Toke of the modern zones, and it is constantly honed, revisited, revised through time, just as a traditional folktale might be; Gunvor sets the tale into a book that represents both a lifelong commitment and the story of her own twin sons.
But I'm confident I can help S toke back into the First Division at the first time of asking.
Fitting the quirky, bad behavior of Bill Murray's character, the soundtrack continues with "Stripper Pole" by Nyzzy Nyce, a high-pitched number with a fast beat, and two songs with country-music influence: "One Toke Over The Line" by Brewer & Shipley and the laid-back "Hard to Find" by JD & The Straight Shot.
However, it seems that this position is no longer tenable to my parents, and so a fresh round of negotiations will no doubt commence shortly, until which time I'm enjoying every toke on my dummy as if it's my last.
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Hills have given the signing a thumbs-down and go just 11-10 (from an early 13-8) for Owen to score fewer than four Premier League goals in a toke shirt.
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adults, researchers found that 22 percent to 25 percent of participants who didn't smoke pot were obese, whereas only 14 percent to 17 percent of those people, who admitted to taking a toke at least three times a week, were overweight.
An inquest into the death of Lisa Toke, 44, of Beverley Road, Wavertree, heard that a post-mortem revealed the presence of cocaine and the heroin substitute methadone in her blood.