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exotic cheroot

A euphemism for marijuana or a marijuana cigarette. Coined by the British satirical magazine Private Eye. Primarily heard in UK. The young up-and-coming doctor was caught by police with an exotic cheroot in his pocket. I'd say you've been smoking too much exotic cheroot lately because that's the stupidest idea I've ever heard!
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Speaking about their turn to the wild side British Veterinary Hospital Dr Sara Elliott said: "It's fantastic the UAE is taking the treatment of exotic animals seriously, but the reality is -- it's not only lions, tigers and bears that fall under the term 'exotic'.
Officials have not revealed how many exotic animals were turned over by owners during the one-month grace period, but statistics are expected shortly.
However, Al Areen Wildlife Resources, Environment and Wildlife vice-president and environmental expert professor Dr Ismail Al Madani said the issue was negligible in Bahrain when compared to the rest of the world - especially countries like China where exotic species worth more than $2.
My interest in avian and exotic animal medicine and surgery evolved from owning budgies as pets during my childhood.
As Kapor demonstrates, most artists gathered their sense of the exotic from a rather loosely-understood notion of the "representation collective" of the Other, one that might have been vague in details, but which did assume a Western cultural supremacy.
Were it not for us, he'd have won a Gold Cup, as he was second to us when they clashed the first time, although you can't in any way call Exotic Dancer unsuccessful, as he won more than pounds 800,000, which was a fantastic achievement.
Due to the potential diseases they can carry, many exotic pets--even ones as common as ferrets--are illegal in certain cities and states.
Before acquiring any exotic, regardless of the source, it is the responsibility of the owner to comply with the law and to obtain the permits and/or licenses required.
AP now potters Exotic Dancer round in his own time, smuggling him into the race in the latter stages and letting this sound jumper and thorough stayer do the rest.
Bushmeat, Wet Markets, Exotic Foods, and Zoonotic Diseases
While our native black locust is on the list of invasive native species, exotic varieties of locust are being intensely planted in the cities.
Siemons has been driving exotic cars since he was 17 and buying them for the Hollywood crowd (and himself) for more than 30 years.
The proliferation of what Fed chairman Alan Greenspan dubbed exotic mortgage products such as adjustable rate loans, piggyback loans, interest only loans, and home equity loans, whose monthly payments can as much as double if interest rates rise to not unfathomable levels, as well as mixed economic signals such as choppy job growth, and the way real estate appreciation has exceeded salary increases have provided fuel for many an apocalyptic scenario.
An eye-catching and refreshing new look has been unveiled by Rubicon, the UK's leading exotic juice drinks supplier.