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incense

n. marijuana. (Drugs.) Hank likes to burn a little incense every now and then.
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Officers also seized incense, believing it to be contraband, and an envelope containing money during that search.
Despite fortune not always favouring the Bluebirds' brave bid to stay in the money-spinning English top-flight, Cardiff City continued their pre-match ritual of burning three incense sticks in a corner of the ground ahead of the crunch Liverpool clash.
Omani incense and frankincense and incense burners are also present in the Souq Muttrah, which is highly popular among Omani, Arab and foreign visitors who purchase frankincense, especially the one called "Al Hawjari" which is used as medicine.
It is the most frantic time of year for workers in the cottage industry in Quang Phu Cau village on the outskirts of Hanoi, where families have been making incense for more than a century - a great source of pride for many.
In Vietnam's "incense village", dozens are hard at work dying, drying and whittling down bamboo bark to make the fragrant sticks ahead of the busy lunar new year holiday.
A MUM has warned people about burning incense after the smouldering sticks set fire to her house.
Summary: Fragrance based on local incense and perfume favoured by the founding father
The exhibition area has been decorated with themes spanning incense production, divination, Ba Jia Jiang, and other religious motifs that spotlight the vibrant temple culture of Wanhua, wrote CNA.
The company, which has been making incense sticks and other home fragrance products for more than 90 years, emphasizes the high quality of its products.
A fire that broke out on the 17th floor of a building in Ajman may have been caused by an incense burner, a civil defence official has said.
3) and can be construed as a minor update as it does not really change the PokAaAaAeA@mon Go Christmas event 6 it merely replaces the Christmas freebi with a new set of limited-time goodies, which are categorized into gold, silver and bronze boxes which will contain goodies such as PokAaAaAeA@ball great balls, incense, lucky eggs, and lure modules.
The apparatus comprises (a) rectangular glass enclosure (Figure 3) with top face open and base with four plus shaped open slits, (b) iron stand to support the enclosure at height from ground, (c) iron stand made of bolt and nut, (d) incense sticks as potential smoldering fuel, and (e) external heat sources, namely, smoldering (same incense sticks) and flaming (candle) for the conducting experimental simulations.
Through the ambiguous posturing, and by adopting the earthy primacy of incense and wood, her preferred materials, Perciyal has shrouded the image in mystery.
Dubai Jade blends sparkling florals with languid incense. Starting off with violet leaves, tart raspberry and warming cumin, it segues into floral heart of rose, lily, and jasmine, played out against crisp, dean cedarwood.