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hazel

(ˈhezlæ)
n. heroin. (Drugs. A variety of H.) She wants to spend the evening with hazel.
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Her tour marks the first ever showing of the digitally re-mastered, uncut version of the film on the big screen, and the screening will be followed by a live and unplugged performance of songs from the film and an intimate questions and answer session with Hazel.
And Hazel was so concerned that the child wouldn't be frightened as she went into a scanner that she crawled inside to hold her while the machine was in operation.
Hazel sailed into the history books on August 5, 1997, when she became the first of four babies to be born on Oban RNLI lifeboat Mora Edith MacDonald.
Even before the new community welcomed residents, Hazel had some of her belongings already moved in.
Erwin) Hazel; and brother of Thomas and Laura Hazel.
Using the Government's Help To Buy scheme, prospective house buyers can pay only PS6,499 for their deposit at Hazel Walk.
But staff were shocked to discover 18-month-old Hazel was already pregnant with her second litter.
Hazel, who is originally from London, opened her Flowery Hazel business in the atrium entrance of The Capital office building in October, 2010.
Hazel Run Interceptor - Phase II - Sanitary Sewer Project.
Hazel, 19, of Cairneyhill, Dunfermline, was last seen by her sister on March 4 when she said she was going to Kilmarnock to meet a friend.
Hazel has impressed TV chiefs with her rise to fame following her appearance on the UK show - and they want to make her a huge star.
Word broke out early this year that Shailene Woodley would be cast as Hazel Grace Lancaster, the female protagonist in the book.
To help her manage the inevitability of her condition, Hazel Grace attends a weekly support group for kids with cancer.
Hazel, who has three grown-up children, said: "This isn't a self-help book.