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blaze

To get high (become intoxicated) by smoking marijuana. Hey man, Jim and I are going to blaze at his house this weekend, do you want to come? Hey, it's no skin off my teeth if you want to spend your free time blazing, but I have no interest in it whatsoever.

blazes

n. hell. (Especially with blue.) Just go to blue blazes.
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Philip says he has been extremely successful after joining Blazes.
Blazes caused by younger children often incur the most damage, cause the most monetary loss, and displace more individuals than fires set by adolescents.
Without Yosemite's 20-year history of prescribed burns, firefighters would have had even more difficulty controlling the 1990 blazes, Van Wagtendonk says.
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CDF spokesman Matt Streck said he drank 1 1/2 gallons of water while monitoring the Camp Pendleton blaze from the fire lines.
One firefighter suffered a broken arm battling the blaze, and another injured his eye, Vialpando said.
Some 1,800 firefighters, aided by six water-dropping helicopters and six retardant-dropping air tankers, battled the Piru blaze, which started six miles north of Fillmore about 50 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
One of the fires, a 1,000-acre blaze 70 miles northwest of Winnemucca, Nev.
In the San Gabriel Mountains, firefighters expected to contain the blaze 25 miles east of Los Angeles tonight.
This enhanced version of Blaze Advisor is a direct response to feedback from our clients, and it addresses the most critical issues in their day-to-day operations," said James Taylor, director of product marketing for Blaze Advisor at Fair, Isaac.
Blaze Advisor is relied upon by major corporations around the world for effective management and execution of the rules used in their business applications," said James Taylor, director of Product Marketing for Blaze Advisor.
With the latest release, Blaze Advisor becomes the first rules management technology solution to support XPath evaluation for XML documents, rule condition reuse and automatic generation of Web Services on the three leading Java application servers.
Blaze Advisor is an integrated suite of design, execution and maintenance software components for using and managing a company's proprietary rules to make automated decisions in business processes.
As a result of this alliance, SpiritSoft and HNC have agreed to promote the use of SpiritSoft's SpiritWave technology to increase the connectivity of data sources across a network with Blaze Advisor From HNC business rules management software.
Nasdaq:HNCS) today announced AdviceAmerica as the newest customer of Blaze Advisor from HNC Software.