Smoke black


See also: Smoke

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Motorists reported seeing thick, black smoke black billowing from the road.
He said: "I've bought drugs in there, cannabis, heroin," but he said he chose not to smoke Black Mamba.
Hunting on any day, but especially a humid one, hunters often had to look around the huge cloud of smoke black powder produced to see if they hit anything.
If no one has won, a chemical is added to make the smoke black.
Smoke emitted by central heating and power plants falls in form of smoke black on glaciers and causes their quicker melting.
The company has also begun shipments of limited edition 'MUSIC EDITION' that consist of FOMA P902iS (Black x Smoke Black), premium Custom Jacket and wireless headphone set.
Vatican Radio pronounced the smoke black, meaning the 115 voting "princes' of the church would retire for the night and return to the chapel this morning for two more rounds of balloting in their search for a successor to Pope John Paul II.
The products, which all have the Snap*Ware patented airtight lid, are available able in cobalt blue, Spanish green and smoke black. The canisters will retail for between $3.99 and $9.99.
The heat was unbearable and smoke blacked out everything.