duby

doobie

and dooby and duby (ˈdubi)
n. a marijuana cigarette; a fat marijuana cigarette. (Drugs.) Frank sells doobies like they were candy. Can you spare me a dooby, brother?

duby

verb
See doobie
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His conquering lords illustrate quite exactly that transformation Duby described in The Early Growth of the European Economy, from the rather brutal mentality of tribal warriors - "plunder-and-distribute" - to the more systematic approach of exploit-and-spend.
The very late eleventh century and the first half of the twelfth may have witnessed a rapid expansion in the numbers of schools and educated clerks, but both Southern and Duby draw attention to the fact that this 'was because more and more careers were opening up for those who had finished their studies'.
As the longest-standing major speed record in history, the current World Water Speed Record for a propeller-driven boat as set by Roy Duby in 1962 has not been broken for nearly four decades.
High Honors: Benjamin Duby, Marek Konopka, Jessica LaFrance, Abigail Martell, Thomas Narusevicius, Amy Ngo, Mihwa Prieto, Mikaela Renaud-Lowther, Jordan Roth, Louis Sargent, Grace Schwartz
The new Blackboard Collaborate integrated with Blackboard Learn represents a significant leap forward for our user community, as it provides an improved interface and seamless access to all learning from a single, combined platform," says Tova Duby, senior manager for eLearning Platform Operations at Babson College.
L'alliance spirituelle par les femmes a Florence," in Femmes: Mariages - Lignages, XIIe-XIVe siecles: Melanges offert a Georges Duby, Bibliotheque du Moyen Age, vol.
This is why the book finishes with an attempt to anchor socio-literary speculation in the 'transcendental signified' of socio-historical discourse with a review of theories on the possible origins of literary trends in Kohler, Vance and Duby.
001 mph in the Miss Thriftway, again on Lake Washington, which held until Duby broke it in 1962.
Reynolds is a game-changer at receiver and made the Division 1 all-star team last year, while Duby, Pacy, Grella and Swedberg should help.
Having edited the popular "History of Private Life" series with the late Philippe Aries (also published in this country by Harvard), Georges Duby is now editing with Michelle Perrot a "History of Women in the West" series, of which this is the second volume.
Robert Duby, 81, of 10 Greenbriar Lane, Worcester, charged with assault and battery on a person over 60 years old or disabled with an injury, dismissed without prejudice.
Driven by Roy Duby, the Rolls Royce Merlin powered Miss U.
It is really a book on the |Rise of the Capetians', and, as Duby sees it, on the inexomble unification of France.
Wine Spectator's Best of the Best chefs: * Paul Bartolotta (Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare at Wynn Las Vegas) * Michael Bloise (Wish restaurant at The Hotel, Miami Beach) * Tom Colicchio (Gramercy Tavern, Craft, Wichcraft, Craftsteak) * Scott Conant (L'impero, Alto, New York) * Clay Conley (Azul at Mandarin Oriental, Miami) * Dominique and Cindy Duby (DC Duby Wild Sweets, Vancouver) * Angelo Elia (Casa D'Angelo, Ft.
Duby wanted to step down as Chairman several years ago, but the Board and I asked him to continue because he and Capital City Bank are synonymous.