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wrap

1. Brit slang a small package of an illegal drug in powder form
2. 
a. the end of a working day during the filming of a motion picture or television programme
b. the completion of filming of a motion picture or television programme

wrap

[rap]
(graphic arts)
In a book or magazine, an insert, usually on a different stock, which is not tipped in but wrapped around one of the signatures, and which usually consists of at least two leaves (four pages) securely stitched into the binding.
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Prosecutor Paul Rowland said: "He was carrying a black belt wrapped around his right hand, with the buckle gangling loose.
Bloor, of Helme Lane, Meltham, had on him a small zip bag which he had wrapped around his privates.
Nicole was dressed in a pair of khaki combat trousers, a white vest and had a bandana wrapped around her head.
There was TV aerial wire wrapped around its neck, which Carol believes had been there since it was a kitten before it was cut away by staff.
A BLANKET which was wrapped around one of the survivors of the Titanic was among artefacts being auctioned today.
Leanne Gibson and Paul Richards, 35, had an agonising wait when little Anya was born by an emergency Caesarian after the umbilical cord became wrapped around her neck.
The fingers should never be wrapped around the trailing edge of the prop.
The game was broadcast live back to Iran and watched by millions, who could not fail to miss the green ribbons wrapped around players' wrists as they were wrapped around demonstrators' wrists in the streets