dagga


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relatively nontoxic South African herb smoked like tobacco

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Some subjects mentioned concurrent use of seeds and other drugs such as Leonotis nepetifolia (Klip Dagga, Lion's Ear), dextromethorphan and Peganum harmala.
Approximately 500 tests covering the various drug groups including cocaine, opiate, ecstasy, dagga and TIK were conducted.
At one point, watching Sam tracing the sign of a lone Dagga Boy (an old bull cast from the herd) through spoor left by a sizable mixed herd, I inquisitively questioned his methods.
They might stop me but what can I do," said Sameh Abu Dagga, a civil servant who worked at the now flattened Palestinian Legislative Council building in Gaza City.
Most of these words generally fall into six categories and unsurprisingly tend to refer to local objects or customs (Galle 1991, 17): words referring to the landscape (names of local trees and plants); names of food and drink staples such as sadza (cooked cornmeal), masese (strainings from beer, Dangarembga 1989, 30) and mahewu (a corn-based drink 41,150); names of structures and household items such as dara (a table or stand), whose function is descriptively explained the first time the term is used (11), dagga (a temporary hut 61) or hozi (a permanent grain storage hut or sleeping quarters 123); common expressions such as mauya (glad to see you 35), hezvo (an expression of surprise 35), or makorokoto (congratulations
South Africa, while suffering from the trafficking and use of dagga and mandrax, was shielded from much of the growth of narcotics trafficking that has taken place in the rest of the world in the last two decades.
The gang is thought to have made more than pounds 25 million from the scam after buying the drugs from South Africa where a form of marijuana, known locally as dagga, sells for as little as 40p a kilo.
And I would love if somebody proves me wrong on this, as I am writing a whole book on Namibia's past and present, with chapters on music--from dagga to schnaps, etc--and I am trying to get more non-white information.
He often drank and smoked dagga, and in this state he had no understanding of anything.
The young people were taking guns to school, some were smoking dagga.
Speaking on this new association, Aijaz Dagga, President of Blueciate, Inc.
Grantee: Grouping of Economic Interest Slide Liggey Khaye Dagga
Rihanna” at The Black Cat in Washington, DC on Friday October 18th, 2013 in which the BGB lovelies Chicava HoneyChild, Miss AuroraBoobrealis, exHOTic other, jazabel jade, sister selva, and Bianca Dagga return to DC in a pop diva mash-up that is heavy with anticipation.
On Sunday evening, one more accused, Sunil Dagga, who too was apparently involved in the fund- raising efforts, was apprehended by a team of CBI officials in the Capital.
Proceeds from the sale or trade in dagga (marijuana) may be laundered in Swaziland.