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stoner

n. a drug user who is generally stoned (out). He’s a stoner. He’ll never amount to much.
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Both Miss Stoner and I gazed at him in astonishment.
Holmes, that you have already made up your mind," said Miss Stoner, laying her hand upon my companion's sleeve.
Let us thrust this creature back into its den, and we can then remove Miss Stoner to some place of shelter and let the county police know what has happened.
The metallic clang heard by Miss Stoner was obviously caused by her stepfather hastily closing the door of his safe upon its terrible occupant.
com)-- Treat Bake Shop Founder Sarah Marx Feldner and Quince and Apple Co-Founders and Owners Matt and Clare Stoner Fehsenfeld announced today that their businesses are joining forces.
Governor Mary Fallin today announced the appointment of Kenneth Morgan Stoner to fill the Office 4 district judge vacancy in Oklahoma County.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Affleck is teaming up up to adapt Stoner, the acclaimed 1965 novel by John Williams.
That seems to be the motto of dancer/actress/singer Alyson Stoner, 24, who continues to step up her game.
Ezell had gathered oral histories from both Kalashnikov and Stoner independently, which included a visit to Russia in July 1989.
Dale Stoner of Victorville, California, is a savvy real estate man, and his hard work has surely paid off as he has done very well for himself.
Australia's Casey Stoner, who won the first of his two MotoGP world titles with Ducati, is returning to the Italian team in 2016 as a test rider.
Stoner is happy to share what inspired him and his son, Jason, to write the book: medical students.
Clayton Stoner, 30, posed with the severed head of much-loved Cheeky after the animal was shot.
A Virginia man with the last name Stoner is facing drug charges after police found more than $10,000 worth of marijuana plants at his home.
Casey Stoner was only 14 when he followed his dream from Australia to Southport, living in a caravan with his parents and often existing on beans on toast before the good times rolled.