killer weed


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killer weed

1. n. very potent marijuana. (Drugs.) Wow, this stuff is killer weed!
2. n. phencyclidine (PCP), an animal tranquilizer. (Drugs.) Killer weed seems to be a favorite around here just now.
See also: killer, weed
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Action will be taken to get rid of the killer weed ragwort from fields surrounding the Prime Minister's official country residence in Buckinghamshire.
Yet another reason for teenagers not to take up the killer weed.
And last year he lasted just three days without a puff on the killer weed.
At the moment, people can indulge in the killer weed in any of the bars, although the restaurant is no-smoking.
Having been addicted to the killer weed for 15 years she was spurred on to quit the habit when her husband Steve, 50, also a smoker suffered a heart attack.
The success of the BHS ``Root out Ragwort Week'' has raised awareness of this killer weed, but there are many other plants that can be equally as deadly.
Father Jack actor Frank Kelly, who gave up the killer weed four years ago, presented the prizes to the new non-smokers.
Since the Government has got us all hooked, let us die in peace from the killer weed.
A RIDING school near Nuneaton is backing a campaign to rid the countryside of the killer weed ragwort.
I'd tried everything down the years from acupuncture to nicotine patches, and tiny bitter-tasting tablets placed under the tongue, in my attempts to quit the killer weed.
Darlington Primary Care Trust held sessions at comprehensive schools and colleges in the town informing pupils of the damaging effects of the killer weed and offering help if they want to quit.
LANDOWNERS are calling for a renewed spring offensive against a killer weed which condemns horses, sheep and cattle to slow lingering deaths every year.
A KILLER weed is the target of the British Horse Society's latest awareness campaign.