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n. marijuana. (Drugs.) Hank likes to burn a little incense every now and then.
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INCENSe is the only CleanTech and energy accelerator co-funded by the European Commission as part of its FIWARE Accelerate programme.
INCENSE has an overall budget of about 8 million euros for support of the 42 startups selected through two open calls.
The workers employed by the store paint wood and pieces of charcoal with a certain substance in the flat to make them look like genuine musk and fragrant incense before the store sold them, a blatant trade fraud which is punishable by law, said Ibrahim Behzad, Senior Director of the section.
On being alerted that a store specialised in the sale of perfumes and incense was counterfeiting some varieties in a residential flat, inspectors conducted an investigation to make sure that the flat was being used by the store and monitored activities there.
Incense clouds at Mass and the inability to receive Communion can force some Catholics to cover their face or get out of the pew because of allergies or a sensitivity to wheat.
Frankincense--the incense traditionally burned in religious ceremonies--can cause coughing fits in people with respiratory problems and force them out of church to seek fresh air.
Researchers are only just beginning to understand the effects of incenses on the brain, and even seemingly innocuous substances like frankincense (Boswellia sp.
Ancient texts and scholarly treatments reveal a highly developed complex of psychoactive incense cults, some of which held secret recipes for incenses used for oracular purposes.
It describes how different incenses are made and their uses.
This book examines the use of incense in different cultures around the world and its use in ritual, prayer, meditation and for simple home pleasure.
When the thurifer (the incense boy) kneels before the altar at the consecration and incenses the sacred elements, the same point is made.
They are also both to be enjoyed simply as beautiful incenses.
One of the widest uses for this most sweet-smelling resin was as an incense in religious ceremony and it is still used for that purpose, in various religions, today.
Elite World Company the renowned name among lovers of oriental perfumes and sandal oil, incenses, distinct mixes and special gifts, not just in Saudi Arabia, but across the Gulf region, came up with the idea of composing and designing the mixtures in front of the client.
3) Incense and sacrificial offerings filled the air with sweet savours `pleasing to God'; aromatic holy oils anointed initiates, the consecrated, the sick, and the dead; lavish scents were associated with all that was sacred, heavenly, or divine.