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incense

n. marijuana. (Drugs.) Hank likes to burn a little incense every now and then.
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It's been reported that the very first person throughout Taiwan to officially place their incense in the burner, and thus receive their blessings for the year, was a 21 year old college student at the Dajia Renn Lann Temple in Changhua County.
With the launch of Chakra Aroma Incense Sticks and the latest Surya Namaskar series, we are in the process of creating a niche market for agarbattis which are exported as an added benefit while practicing yoga as Indian agarbatti makers.
The Gonesh brand incense is made with a proprietary High-Charcoal blend, which Genieco says has the highest charcoal content of any brand on the market.
Colonel Nasser Al Zeri, spokesperson of the Ajman Civil Defence, said an incense burner kept in the room could have been the cause of the fire, but only forensic experts can confirm this.
Dark Amber and Ginger Lily uses rare Kyara wood, a prized ingredient in Japanese incense and enriched with amber and black orchid; Incense and Cedrat is described as majestic and mystical; and Oud and Bergamot is hypnotic, alluring and radiates with clarity of crisp citrus.
3) and can be construed as a minor update as it does not really change the PokAaAaAeA@mon Go Christmas event 6 it merely replaces the Christmas freebi with a new set of limited-time goodies, which are categorized into gold, silver and bronze boxes which will contain goodies such as PokAaAaAeA@ball great balls, incense, lucky eggs, and lure modules.
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Our staff will clear undergrowth, remove stagnant water in incense burners and containers, and level the ground surface to prevent accumulation of water.
JEDDAH: The recently signed trade agreements between Saudi Arabia and China have revived ancient trade routes between Arabs and China that were represented in the maritime Silk Road and the incense trade route that crossed the Arabian Peninsula.
Taiwan's government on Friday urged the public to stop burning incense sticks and ritual money in honour of the dead .
Dhofar has been known for producing many shapes of incense burners locally called "Majmar".
CATHEDRALS are worried that planned new laws banning socalled legal highs could make it a crime to use incense in services.
Picture, for example, the incense used at Mass--mostly during the entrance procession, at the proclamation of the gospel, at the offertory, or at the elevation of the Eucharist after the consecration.
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.