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shwag

1. slang Marijuana, especially of inferior quality. I can't believe they expelled him for selling a little bit of shwag out of his car. I've been unemployed for the past few weeks, so all I can afford is this skunky shwag.
2. slang Merchandise or small promotional items given away at events such as conferences. A variant spelling of "swag." Look at all the shwag I got at that HR conference! Pens, a clipboard, even a beach ball! I hear they're giving away all sorts of sweet gaming shwag from their booth at the expo.

shwag

n. marijuana. Where can I score some shwag?
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She added: "The countryside is not just a place for walks, views and tourism - we live here, we matter!" Other members of SHWAG told the inquiry about their concerns over the wind farm.
Rita Sinclair, from the Seamer and Hilton Windfarm Action Group (SHWAG), said the countryside where the wind farm was to be sited was a "wonderful landscape for all the people of Teesside".
Rita Sinclair, of SHWAG, said after the decision: "I think it's a betrayal to the area.
Members of the Seamer and Hilton Windfarm Action Group (SHWAG) were among those voicing objections.
They raised concerns over visual impact, potential danger of turbine fire or collapse and the effect on wildlife Colin Quinn, a resident of Seamer and member of SHWAG, said: "It would be an alien industrial landscape stuck in the middle of the rural countryside - what a legacy for our children and grandchildren to inherit."
Dr Chris Gibbs, of SHWAG, said: "We were extremely delighted about the result but this is just winning one battle in the war.
Members of the Seamer and Hilton Wind farm Action Group (SHWAG) met publicly this week to discuss the latest decision on a wind farm.