chillum


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chillum

(ˈtʃɪləm)
n
(Recreational Drugs) a short pipe, usually of clay, used esp for smoking cannabis
[C18: from Hindi cilam, from Persian chilam]
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He could not think of moving till his baggage was cleared, or of travelling until he could do so with his chillum.
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But it was a good business move because it increased revenue and our ownership position in the asset, and also added significant value for the residents and the Chillum Heights neighborhood without increasing rents.
Dub Thomas, Med Dred, Portiero, Pan Khaos, Chillum Brothers, Cisum and Vassilis Palamas Arts will all be warming you up from noon to, what will hopefully turn out to be, eleven o'clock on a beautifully balmy evening, and with entrance completely free of charge, there's certainly no penny-pinching excuse for remaining indoors.
This selection was showcased at the State Kremlin Museums in Moscow in October 2009 and highlighted a number of exceptional works from Mughal India such as an enamelled cigarette case; a rosewater sprinkler; dagger and scabbard; a unique enamelled gold hookah with matching decorated chillum support, likely an early product of the Rajasthani court workshop; and a decorative gold enamelled box and tray of unparalleled quality.
Tobacco smoking includes cigarettes, beedis and others such as hookah, chillum, ganja, etc.
Use of tobacco in chillum (hubble-bubble), naswar, paan and cigars are also harmful.
Among Kumbh photographs published in the media in 2001 there was a virtual sub-genre featuring Westerners performing religious and social rituals, such as sharing a chillum with sadhus, worshipping alongside nagas, and wearing saris or matted dreadlocks, and so on.
As part of the plea agreement, the government returned most of the seized merchandise, including glass pipes, a glass chillum, various water pipes, and metal one-hitters (small, narrow pipes), saying they were OK to sell.
Intoxication of a mix of cannabis with tobacco is a common practice or at times it is made into a powder by removing the seeds, placing them in a chillum (an earthen pot used to hold the addictives) and then lighting the chillum for smoking (11).
When the windows shattered in the little white house in Chillum and flames lapped upward to the children's bedrooms, a neighbor grabbed her cell phone and dialed 911," writes The Washington Post's Petula Dvorac.