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manicure

1. tv. to trim and clean marijuana for smoking. (Drugs.) Sam never would manicure the stuff. Some people would buy it anyway.
2. n. good-quality, cleaned marijuana. Ah, this manicure should bring some good coin.
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It's enough of an effort to keep our fingernails manicured - why bother with toenailswhen they just get shoved into boots and socks with little prospect of seeing daylight?
Jennifer Bandhu shows off her freshly manicured hands
My nails were manicured by one of our pupils and I couldn't believe the amount she'd picked up after only three months.
PAULINE FOWLER may be dowdy, but even the cardigan- loving EastEnder knows the importance of manicured hands.
Girls can come in - without having to book - and get their nails manicured in around 20 minutes, or just have a file and polish which takes around 10 minutes.
About half the property is manicured gardens, replete with statuary, fountains and a waterfall.
His suit is pressed, his hair is freshly trimmed and his nails have been immaculately manicured.
Grateful eyes followed Begum's moves as she manicured the trembling fingers, carefully caring for one of her many charges in the transitional care unit at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital.