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blaze

To get high (become intoxicated) by smoking marijuana. Hey man, Jim and I are going to blaze at his house this weekend, do you want to come? Hey, it's no skin off my teeth if you want to spend your free time blazing, but I have no interest in it whatsoever.

blazes

n. hell. (Especially with blue.) Just go to blue blazes.
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"The wonderful thing about working for Blazes is that it offers constant support," he says.
"And whenever I encounter a difficulty, the Blazes support are there to make sure nothing ever goes wrong."
"Blazes has offered huge support right from the start," says Philip.
Exclusive to Blazes is a 10 years parts and labour warranty, worth [pounds sterling]750, on Premier Dimplex boilers.
Early one December morning, a blaze broke out in a tenement house.
Fire scene investigators trace a blaze's origin by reading patterns--first examining the area of most damage, the one which exhibits the lowest and deepest burns.
The interviews should begin before the blaze is extinguished.
1, 2000, Florida chalked up the year's first fire--a small blaze that was under control before it could spread more than an acre.
While computer programs like this one could provide an early warning for communities at risk from a known fire or help firefighters develop a strategy for battling a blaze, the models might be most useful for determining when and where it's prudent to light a prescribed fire.
Yesterday's 18-2 hammering of Oxford Foxblades was proof Blaze are back to their best.
And since Solihull's last meeting, which ended with a 7-4 win for Blaze, the Hawks had added even more influential players to their roster.
But when the pressure was on Blaze turned on the style to take the match 6-4.
7, intense thunderstorms lashed Yosemite's western edge, sparking more than a dozen blazes. Despite intensive firefighting efforts, several of the blazes grew uncontrollably, destroying the community of Foresta near the park boundary.
Without Yosemite's 20-year history of prescribed burns, firefighters would have had even more difficulty controlling the 1990 blazes, Van Wagtendonk says.
Pyne, a fire historian at Arizona State University West in Phoenix, maintains that the only way to protect completely against such uncontrollable blazes would be to remove the forest itself.