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gyve

slang A marijuana cigarette; a joint. I think those kids out in the park are passing a gyve back and forth—I can smell it!

gyvestick

slang A marijuana cigarette; a joint. I think those kids out in the park are passing a gyvestick back and forth—I can smell it!

gyve

(dʒɑɪv)
n. marijuana; a marijuana cigarette. (see also jive.) Why are you always smoking gyve?

gyvestick

verb
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(4.) Wondisford FE, Usala SJ, DeCherney GS, Castren M, Radovick S, Gyves PW, Trempe JP, Kerfoot BP, Nikodem VM, Carter BJ, Weintraub BD.
Similar results of regeneration from leaf explants using TDZ has been reported in primrose (Gyves et al., 2001), mulberry (Chitra and Padmaja, 2005), Paulownia tomentosa (Corredoira et al., 2008) and Jatropha curcus (Khurana-Kaul et al., 2010), which are in agreement with our results.
(teak) grows naturally throughout southeastern Asia and is one of the most valuable tropical hardwood species on the international market (Gyves et al., 2007).
Medoza de Gyves, Agrobiotecnologia: la adaptacion de las plantas al medio ambiente, no del ambiente a las plantas, Grupo editorial Iberoamerica, 2005.
Como herramienta para la busqueda se ha recurrido al uso de la mineria de datos, de donde se extrajeron los criterios de seleccion de los documentos que se analizaron para la construccion de este trabajo, teniendo siempre en consideracion la revision adecuada de la informacion, pues uno de los errores que presenta el uso de la Red es la repeticion constante de la informacion, sumado al hecho de que en muchos casos la informacion no puede considerarse esencialmente valida para un trabajo academico (Gyves, 2007).
Ronald is being supported in his endeavours by matron of the critical care unit Helen Gyves.
Gyves, "Regional cancer chemotherapy," Cancer Treatment Reports, vol.
Latin America Master Licensee Alejandro de Gyves was one of those honored with the induction.
First, he describes the exhibition at the Vigilance Committee's final military parade of Committee memorabilia: a stuffed ballot box; the nooses that hanged Casey and Cora; and "shackles and gyves, ...
[Dame Louise Labe]," Escriz 15) exhibits a similar pattern: Magny addresses fellow male poets rather than Labe; he refers to his friends and himself as devotees of the Muses, while depicting Labe solely as an object of desire; and he inscribes his own name and that of a friend ("Gyves") within the poem, but uses generic terms to designate Labe, such as "Damoiselle" and "maitresse."
The words, all of which occur no more than five times within Shakespeare's dramatic canon, are: gyves sb., physic v, amplify v, blazon v, ruby sb., outwardly adv., tempter sb., aptness sb., commix v, spongy a., slackly adv., feat a., rudeness sb., usury sb., and pervert v.