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hookah

, hooka
an oriental pipe for smoking marijuana, tobacco, etc., consisting of one or more long flexible stems connected to a container of water or other liquid through which smoke is drawn and cooled

hookah

[′hü·kə]
(engineering)
An air supply device used in free diving, comprising a demand regulator worn by the diver and a hose extending to a compressed air supply at the surface.
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Father and son Lindleys carried out numerous important works by constructing 35 water pipes and sewage systems all over Europe," said artist.
A group of residents had submitted complaints to the CMC, saying water pipes in their homes were corroded due to the presence of high amount of chlorine dioxide in the water.
Moreover, there are little data concerning what sociodemographic and conviction-related variables may be connected with water pipe use because there might be a sense among clients that water pipe tobacco smoking is less hazardous to one's well-being and less reliance delivering than cigarettes.
Residents feared yet more devastation if the water pipe was turned on again.
5km of water pipe under the city and its maintenance experts will be on Scotswood Road on Monday.
He noted that the Tajik side held repairing works of water pipes in the border area, as a result supply of drinking water has been turned off until 6:00, but after the repair residents of Ak-Sai village received the water.
Knowledge, attitude and perception of water pipe smoking (Shisha) among adolescents aged 14-19 years.
The old steel water pipe was installed in 1927 when the bridge was built and has been difficult to clean without major disruption until the use of the new technology.
The findings, researchers said, point to a need for water pipe health education and cessation programs at the college and pre-college levels, as well as more stringent tobacco control measures.
The declaration, which was endorsed unanimously, warned that water pipe smoking had become a "global epidemic" that particularly threatened the world's youth.
5 times greater in volunteers after the water pipe sessions than after cigarette smoking.
Most users of water pipes and many physicians believe that smoking through a water pipe filters out the toxic components of tobacco and is considerably less harmful than smoking cigarettes.