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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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Style pet peeves: Toke does not really have dos and don'ts and is open minded about trying new things.
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While "One Toke Over The Line'' is Brewer & Shipley's signature song, their socially conscious folk-rock caught the mood of the times over the course of seven albums.
Dr Toke said: "Scottish independence krill only be good for renewable energy if the Westminster government agrees, in advance, to pay the same rates for Scottish renewables as is available south of the border.
Toke was responsible for looking after the animals, who all had fancy names such as Capitain, Vice-president and Parliamentary speaker.
Dealers were forbidden to engage in unnecessary conversation with casino patrons and were required to treat all patrons equally At the end of each shift, dealers divided their tokes evenly among them.
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Toke (Energy Policy, University of Birmingham) examines the development and expansion of renewable energy sources in recent decades through the lens of ecological modernization theory (EM)--a way of combining economic development and environmental protection in the interest of conducting good business.
Meantime, Millions of Iranians on Friday toke to the streets in all Iranian cities across the country on the International Quds Day to voice support for the Palestinian nation against Israeli regime.
They added that the pirates toke over all equipments, supplies and fish in the boats and sent them back to Hodeidah fishing port on one of the seized boats and kept the other boat.
Toke is a slang word for smoking cannabis and Mr Straw's son William was cautioned by police in 1997 after he was caught trying to sell cannabis to an undercover reporter.
The decision to hold the meeting as initially planned was reportedly made by the chair of the Pacific Islands Forum, Niue Premier Toke Talagi, who overruled an earlier decision by Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Michael Somare, who had sought to reschedule the meeting for Feb.