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DABS

[dabz or ‚dē‚ā‚bē′es]
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There is concern that marijuana dabbing could be more harmful to human health than the standard way of smoking it, and there are fears among the research community that dabs could lead to the first instance of overdose from marijuana, due to its 95-percent THC concentration.
Although there haven't been many studies performed or published on dabs as of yet, Stogner said, "it's dangerous to assume the risks of dabbing are akin to those of smoking marijuana.
The genesis of DABs can be said to be the use of DRBs on large civil engineering projects in the USA in the 1960s.
In total 89 fish were caught, comprising of 66 flounder, 10 dabs, 12 turbot and a coalfish.
There are signs of vast, administrative corruption in DABS but authorities are not willing to take responsibility," he says again without providing evidence.
The patent covers two or more dAbs, derived from any species, that are linked to one another, where at least one of the dAbs binds a target that increases the in vivo half-life.
It is great to see successful companies like Dabs endorsing the huge amount investment we have made, over the last five years, in our multi-channel retail solution on Microsoft Dynamics AX.
Stewie Green was third from the South Gare where he caught three dabs for 1lb 2oz.
com is part of the Dabs Group of companies, originally founded in 1987 by entrepreneur David Atherton in partnership with a writer called Bruce Smith (the name 'Dabs' comes from the combined initials of their two names).
GUY Mason lifted the Saltburn club's Harry Trees Cup with a catch that included a specimen dab.
Will all European countries adopt DABs Layer-2 codec or will some opt for more spectrum-efficient codecs?
Burton came out on top, catching all six of the dabs to total 2lb 4oz.