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bubble
 n.— «Hurt said even the woman who helped him found the group has gone back to “the bubble,” a street term for the glass pipes used to smoke meth, which can also be injected and snorted.» —“Life After Meth” by Chris Hamilton Duluth News Tribune (Minn.) Aug. 1, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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