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puffer

n. a cigar. Can you imagine anyone smoking a puffer like that in a restaurant?
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Froome "It has been proven that even if you take your puffer less than the amounts which you're entitled to you can excrete more than the threshold in your urine.
A special thank you goes to Puffer Hefty PTA representative Claudia Rehrer who organized the event as well as everyone that worked and attended the event.
Agartala (Tripura) [India], November 30 ( ANI ): Three members of a family have died and five others are in critical condition after they allegedly consumed a toxic puffer fish, popularly known as 'Fotka' fish, at Mohanpur in West Tripura district.
Selling of puffer fish has been prohibited by the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) since its consumption could result in deaths as it is considered poisonous.
PUFFER wouldn't go on a solo journey to Mars, but would be a teammate that could tag in when a larger rover faces a topographical blockade.
The patient developed dizziness, paraesthesia, peri-oral and finger numbness, nausea and vomiting about three hours after consuming a dried puffer fish for dinner at home on August 19.
Puffer became a Sundyne dealer in 2014 and received Tier 1 Authorised Service Center status through extensive investment in personnel training and equipment.
Hayman, who presents a documentary on the industrial history of the Scottish puffer tonight, has criticised the lack of a high-profile attraction.
oral paresthesias, weakness, and dyspnea) after consuming dried puffer fish (also known as globefish) purchased during a recent visit to New York City.
Specifically, we were hunting in the mountains surrounding Puffer Pond.
There is no work for them on the water, something they blame on the recent boom of rapidly spawning and lethal puffer fish -- neffaykh in Arabic -- in the sea their families have trawled for generations.
THAT'S what you call a coral reefer For these dolphins are "getting high" by licking the skin of poisonous puffer fish.
HONG KONG -- Chinese Communist Party leaders' vows of a new era of humble austerity in government may have met their most exotic adversary yet: an $11 million, 2,300-ton, 295-foot-long puffer fish.