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incense

n. marijuana. (Drugs.) Hank likes to burn a little incense every now and then.
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INCENSe (INternet Cleantech ENablers Spark), the only cleantech and energy startup accelerator co-funded by the European Commission within its FIWARE Accelerate programme, has closed its second open call.
And they are lobbying the Government to change the legislation to ensure priests can use incense without risk of arrest.
The use of incense goes back to biblical times: It was a major part of Israelites' religious practice in the Temple.
Incense: Crafting & Use of Magickal Scents appears in a new, expanded edition pairing recipes and information on dozens of new ingredients with a guide to making homemade blends using natural ingredients, and is a top recommendation for any who would use incense in their lives.
Already by the first century AD, the Roman writer Pliny reckoned more than three-thousand tons of incense (bakhour) were being imported to the Mediterranean from South Arabia each year.
The Gulf countries are one of the world's top importers of oud, the famous Middle Eastern incense perfume.
The workers employed by the store paint wood and pieces of charcoal with a certain substance in the flat to make them look like genuine musk and fragrant incense before the store sold them, a blatant trade fraud which is punishable by law, said Ibrahim Behzad, Senior Director of the section.
Visiting the stalls and SME corners, the visitor will find that sales of incense and perfumes are brisk.
The five are stones, incense, drums, crosses and bread.
Incense clouds at Mass and the inability to receive Communion can force some Catholics to cover their face or get out of the pew because of allergies or a sensitivity to wheat.
However, only a few have examined incense burning as a potential health threat, even though incense is commonly used for religious and ritual purposes in China, Taiwan, Singapore, India, and Middle Eastern nations.
The berries allow for a burst of refreshing fruity aromas while the incense and vanilla give off a musky, relaxing vibe.
99 Variety Packs that include cannabis-like herbal incense, ecstasy-style pills and "bath salts" powder said to have similar effects to taking cocaine or the anaesthetic ketamine.
Another turning point in the peninsula's ancient past is the development of incense trade roads.
Salalah, Apr 12 (ONA) Incense is one of the traditional perfumes industries at which the Omani women excelled throughout ages.