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cane

slang Cocaine. I really hope Ralph's not back to using cane again—he just got out of rehab a few weeks ago.

cane

and caine
n. cocaine. (Drugs.) Even the kids can afford to buy cane now. The social problems of the twenty-first century are starting right here.
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[ClickPress, Thu Aug 29 2019] Canes and crutches have been instrumental in normalizing gait pattern, propelling safety, balance and mobility.
Cane yield and sugar recovery are two important characters in sugarcane breeding programme (Khan et al., 2012).
figure By EDWIN OKOTH Sugar cane farmers have been left at the mercy of unscrupulous cartels who have taken the sector hostage, turning the multibillion sub-sector into a field of misery.The farmers are forced to pay the cartels for the same services they are charged by the millers a double tragedy that makes sugar production in Kenya expensive and unprofitable.
I confess I never much liked the job of sorting through the canes to do this selective pruning in the heat of summer, the thorns scratching my skin as I worked.
Speaking at the commemoration of White Cane Day in Serowe on October 16, Ms Monyena added that governments should also provide adequate resources to facilitate the provision of the white canes to the blind at the national level free of charge in the spirit of 'leave no one blind behind in order to promote inclusive development.'
Candy cane and tin star ornaments (SM Home section)
Keep new canes safe It makes sense then to spend time throughout the growing season gathering up the new canes as they emerge from the rootstock at the base of the plant and keeping them apart from the older fruiting ones.
I was admiring one of the canes illustrated here on the stand of a dealer at the recent excellent Oswestry Showground Antique and Collectors' Fair Macabre, because it's a cane made from the vertebrae of a shark.
A CHANCE to examine a number of collectors' canes and many more delightful antiques and works of art will be at the inaugural Bruton Decorative Antiques Fair, Somerset, which runs from October 14-16.
cW manuf t double resulti prot With it came ingenuity as manufacturers competed with each other to produce canes that doubled as something else, resulting in more than 1,500 patents to protect their inventions.
Snow cover obscures familiar tactile clues, makes it more difficult to manipulate the long cane, and alters one's cane-based perception of the surroundings (Wall, 2001).
Entre las causas de abandono de canes se encuentra el costo de mantenimiento, presencia de defectos fisicos y disminucion del afecto.
CANES, which stands for Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services, is managed by the Navy's Tactical Networks Program Office (PMW 160) at the Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (PEO C4I).
WHAT YOU'LL NEED: 4 bamboo canes, about 1.5m high 4 eye protectors or yoghurt pots to protect your eyes from the canes Measuring sticks 4.5m plastic netting/windbreak netting Thin gardening wire, cut into 10 pieces each 8-10cm long WHAT TO DO PUT the eye protectors on the top of each cane for safety.
What you'll need: A terracotta plant pot (9-15cm in size) Modelling clay Plastic straws or bamboo canes String What to do CUT the straws or bamboo canes to a length that fits the depth of your pot.