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spliff

and shpleef and spleef and splim (splɪf and ʃplif and splif and splɪm)
n. marijuana; a marijuana cigarette; hashish. They consume an enormous amount of spliff and try to sell it to the tourists.
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You don't see a load of louts kicking hell out of some hapless victim after sharing a spliff.
She wanted to look outrageous but ruined it by being in Amsterdam, where even my mum can smoke a spliff without repercussions.
However, I'm pretty sure that we can get to grips with cool Cameron and his refusal to admit or deny smoking a spliff when he was 15 years old.
But even the untimely end of a fellow user and warnings from the police of a potential bad batch are not enough to deter Ben from his spliff.
ILLEGAL HIGH: Spliff HIGH SECURITY: Masked soldiers guard the colour-coded 105-ton hash pile
The only good thing about autumn is that it's too cold for the challenged Neanderthals who like to drive their Sudoku Spliff GTXs around with the windows down and the bass amps up to full.
London, Aug 19 (ANI): English actor Josh Herdman, known for playing Gregory Goyle in the 'Harry Potter' series, was caught lighting up what looked like a ten-inch spliff.
These days one drag on a spliff could leave you licking the windows at Broadgreen hospital.
Of course they set themselves on the slippery slope but most of them begin in their teens with just one spliff, one line of coke.
He's next to you, cold chilling with a whisky in one hand and a spliff in the other.
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If, however, he is snapped with a spliff, is kissed and told on or slaps an impudent hack, then he - and his family - will be scarred forever.
Don't get me wrong, I like the public art we have in the city, even though this one looks like a giant spliff.
Film director Robert Altman said Blair did not object to the illegal spliff at the dinner party but did not share the roll-up.