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toot

noun Cocaine, see there. verb To inhale cocaine
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Tooter is survived by a son, Mike Milstead; three grandchildren, Ginger (Mitchell) Vaughan, Gerad Milstead and Grant (Taylor) Twiss; two great-grandchildren, Olivia Vaughan and Isla Twiss.
Fort Lauderdale firefighters used floodlights and torches to look over the bridge during a 15-minute search, but they did not see Ms Tooter's car within the thick mangrove and willow trees that entangled it, Division Chief Stephen McInerny said.
There's her "tooter", a tube of tin foil for "chasing" - for, like most of the affluent addicts in Fraserburgh, she has enough sense not to inject.
Confiscated from him were eight plastic sachets containing reported shabu with a total weight of 12 grams; improvised glass tube used as tooter with shabu residue, one .45 caliber pistol with serial number 653495 and ammunition.
Recovered from the suspects were seven sachets of suspected shabu, five opened sachets with residues of suspected shabu, a digital weighing scale, an improvised tooter, and the marked money.
Consolacion told the Inquirer that policemen recovered pieces of 'foil and a tooter,' supposedly for drug use, in Largado's bathroom although there were no drugs.
Two students of Taguig City University were arrested for allegedly carrying five sachets of marijuana and a tooter. Police officers were patrolling the area when they spotted students John Clement Manalo and Janine Ilang-ilang Cardozo acting suspiciously in the TCU compound at around 2:30 p.m.
Fire restrictions help prevent fires that place people, homes and businesses in danger, including our firefighters, said acting BLM Color Country District Manager Tooter Burdick.
Spun a handsome drake twice last year--first with nay tooter, then with my thunder stick.
He also had more than pounds 1000 of cash on him and a "tooter" in his pocket with traces of the drug.
The Tooter is rolling two balances at present: the pounds 500 challenge, one bet a day from a monkey bank; and, in homage to the Findlay approach, the 'Barking Bets', with a pounds 1k float and maximum odds of 1.66.
"My grandmother told me, 'Sister, a Black woman ought to know what to do with a hog from the rooter to the tooter." Although her grandmother said that 50-60 years ago, she says it is still true.