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hazel

(ˈhezlæ)
n. heroin. (Drugs. A variety of H.) She wants to spend the evening with hazel.
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There was just this one time when a young boy refused to come in because 'it [the salon] is too girly,'" Hazel shares.
A source said: "Since coming out of the Big Brother house Hazel hasn't stopped working and has got the attention of a production company who are making her into a reality TV star.
On reaching Toronto, Hazel finds herself homeless and friendless--past loyalties have fractured in the post-apocalyptic order.
Instead organisers will not unreasonably oblige Hazel to back up her attitude with a seven-staged demonstration of aptitude, the first of which takes place at 10.
Hazel has implemented significant changes in the way in which the Journal is submitted to the printer.
Hazel Ellis, centre, with commuters Laura Salisbury and Susan McLoughlin Picture: GAVIN TRAFFORD Hazel Ellis, centre, with commuters Laura Salisbury and Susan McLoughlin
The bottom-line is that Hazel and Salman are bonding well.
Hazel was given a ninemonth suspended sentence for attacking Miss Taylor with a bottle and cutting her lip in November.
Derived from a winter flowering shrub indigenous to the northeastern and central United States, the witch hazel plant Hamamelis virginianna yields an efficacious herbal extract renowned for its cleansing, soothing and healing properties.
Dickinson's Original Witch Hazel Pore Perfecting Toner, made from 100% all natural witch hazel, has been valued by consumers (including celebrities and beauty professionals) since 1866 for its ability to gently remove dirt, oil and makeup without overdrying the skin.
Tom Urbaniak tackles a difficult and complex subject, the relationship between development in Mississauga and Hazel McCallion, together with the resulting effect on Mississauga's growth.
In the 1960s, Hazel took on a life of her own in a prime-time television series that ran four years on NBC and one year on CBS.
Perversely, we need to wait until mid-winter to see one of the finest flowering shrubs in the garden - witch hazel.