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1. and shoot up tv. & in. to inject drugs, especially heroin. (Drugs.) He actually had to leave the meeting to shoot.
2. n. an injection of heroin. (Drugs. Usually shoot-up.) The way Ernie was yawning, I knew he needed a shoot-up.
3. tv. to spike a drink with liquor. I’m gonna shoot the punch with rum.
4. in. to begin to tell [something]. Okay, shoot. I’m all ears.
5. exclam. Darn! (Usually Shoot! An exclamation or a very mild curse. A substitute if not a euphemism for shit.) Oh, shoot! I left my shades in the car.
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One of the best ways to get out of your comfort zone and prepare for the challenge of a spot-and-stalk hunt is to participate in 3-D shoots that require difficult shots from awkward positions.
In vitro shoots were transferred to a half-strength MS medium containing different concentrations of NAA or IBA in MS or B5 medium.
A query to Elmo Scheffer elicited that both types of shoots are aimed to enhance one's shooting ability and help develop confidence for when you are actually hunting.
Shoot induction and nodal buds formation: Shoots induced from the explants of Jatropa curcas L.
I've been told by a champion action pistol shooter that he shoots as much as ten thousand rounds a week!
The simple answer is because the archer shoots a shot that differs from the one used when sighting in the bow and during practice.
If he shoots eight five-shot groups, which five will he select to represent the accuracy of the gun?
"I'm a member of Roots & Shoots, a program that Dr.
6 : a person who shoots <That hunter is a good shot.>
And 28-year-old Lee Finch, owner of the West Arms hotel in Llanarmon, has diversified his hotel business by offering shooting breaks which help to sustain his income in the off-tourist season and demonstrates well how shoots bring such a vital income to many in the Wales tourism sector.
A BASC spokesman said: "The protestors, who came from all over the country, do not understand the benefits the shoots bring to the local community.
If HMRC believes that shoots are commercially exploiting sporting rights as a business' profits from the shoot become taxable as a trade.
America's law-and-order populace may not be ready to condemn the practice of busting up recreational pot smokers with ostentatiously armed paramilitary police squads, even when the SWAT team periodically breaks into the wrong house or accidentally shoots a kid.
If an offensive team shoots, misses, and surrenders a defensive rebound; there will be two assigned positions for the first two defenders who are trying to get back to protect their basket.
Instrument and Benjamin Smoke notwithstanding, Cohen tends to be a lone operator who shoots and edits all his own work, adhering to low-end formats for the last two decades: Super 8 and 16 mm, nonsync sound, the footage typically transferred to video in postproduction.