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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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Mr Tokes was supported by wife Lesley who, although she was not overweight, went along to the classes with him and ended up losing a stone herself.
In order to understand both the why and the manner of Tokes's theological commitment to Hungarian identity, one needs to know about who he is and where he comes from.
Tokes is also a clergyperson in the Reformed Church in Romania, which is comprised entirely of Hungarians; therefore, on the sociological level, it might be considered a national Hungarian church.
The prospect horrified Tokes, who believed the plan threatened the very existence of Hungarians in Transylvania.
It traces the emergence of the Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party (HSWP) following Soviet intervention and its slow slide from the "vanguard" force of post-Stalinist reform to what Tokes describes as a "rearguard." Specifically, he shows how in the face of increased difficulties in steering the political and economic system in the 1980s the HSWP began to withdraw from direct intervention in politics.
The inclusion of the last may strike some observers as controversial, but Tokes convincingly argues that the spirit of reform was not dead within the HSWP and that these internal critics played a significant role in the process.
Throughout this detailed and thorough narrative Tokes makes a very powerful argument on the conservative nature of the Hungarian transition.
Besides takeoffs, professional gamblers' income sources not directly from their own wagering activities may include "tokes" (tips to casino dealers, sometimes in the form of bets placed by gamblers for their benefit) and "comps" (complimentary goods and services a casino provides gamblers).
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.
Also, Cher received tokes of $2,000 while working as a dealer.
Six years later, bishop and former Nobel Peace Prize nominee Laszlo Tokes is no longer front-page news, but his struggle to promote minority rights in Romania (and throughout the world) continues.
At a press conference held November 14, 1995, at First Hungarian Presbyterian Church, Toronto, Tokes told a small gathering that little has changed for Hungarians and other ethnic minorities in Romania.