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exotic cheroot

A euphemism for marijuana or a marijuana cigarette. Coined by the British satirical magazine Private Eye. Primarily heard in UK. The young up-and-coming doctor was caught by police with an exotic cheroot in his pocket. I'd say you've been smoking too much exotic cheroot lately because that's the stupidest idea I've ever heard!
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Lindt Master Chocolatiers explored exotic fruits of the world to ultimately discover the finest dark chocolate and fruit combinations.
The ban on keeping exotic animals as pets exempts public and private zoos, scientific and research centres and universities, which have obtained licences from the Sharjah Environment and Natural Reserves Agency.
Exotic Atlanta is the brainchild of Fearless Vixen Productions' Event Producer, Prachel Carter.
On a global level birds account for the second most commonly traded exotic species behind reptiles.
Question: How did you become interested in avian and exotic animal medicine and surgery?
Garden Organic's Anton Rosenfeld said: "We're really excited about showcasing the fantastic and unusual exotic veg we've collected through this project.
Brits are getting increasingly adventurous in the fruit aisle, with exotics such as pomegranates and persimmons thriving while sales of better-known exotics such as mangoes and pineapples are declining.
We want the people to learn about the exotic birds, how to keep them, how to bred them in the captivity, so that birds should not be extinct," he added.
Exotic Dancer and the dual Gold Cup winner clashed eight times over three seasons, but the ill-fated Jonjo O'Neilltrained star never once managed to beat his great adversary when they both finished, although on one occasion he came very close to toppling the champion.
Exotic to provide our high quality Earth Exotic's Premium Vegetables to retail supermarket chains on the East Coast with greater shelf life, shorter lead times, fresh product and lower transportation costs as a whole," says Scott W.
People want something different, and they may think it's cool to carry a snake around their necks," says Beth Preiss, director of The Humane Society of the United States exotic pets campaign.
The distribution and architecture of exotic and native shrubs were examined along a prairie-forest transition in Beaver Dam state Park in Carlinville, Illinois.
Well, the next day the effing thing in question, Exotic Dancer, won the Paddy Power and has posted two more very prestigious Cheltenham victories since.
However, other factors include wildlife trade and translocation, live animal and bushmeat markets, consumption of exotic foods, development of ecotourism, access to petting zoos, and ownership of exotic pets.
The Motor4Toys Charity Exotic Car Show, in its third year at Westlake Village, drew 2,000 motor car enthusiasts -- and trunks full of holiday toys.