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(Calendula) These are lovely, annual plants native to southern Europe. They grow 1½ to 2½ feet high. Their branching stems are covered with simple, alternate leaves and they produce large flowers in different hues of yellow and orange in the summer. These plants are easy to grow. The main kind is C. officinalis (the Common Pot Marigold), it h...
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(Snooker) The pocketing of an object ball.
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[n] - the quantity contained in a pot 2. [n] - the cumulative stake in a game (such as poker) 3. [n] - (informal) slang terms for a paunch 4. [n] - a container in which plants are cultivated 5. [n] - metal or earthenware cooking vessel that is usually round and deep 6. [v] - plant in a pot
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Pot

• Alt. of race • (v. i.) To take a pot shot or shots, as at game or an enemy. • (n.) The total of the bets at one time; the pool. • (v. t.) To secure; gain; win; bag. • (n.) The total of the bets at stake at one time, as in racing or card playing; the pool; • (n.) A plain defensive headpiece; later, and perhaps in a......
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green goddess noun street names for marijuana
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potbelly noun slang for a paunch
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Pot

[poker] The pot in poker refers to the sum of money that players wager during a single hand or game, according to the betting rules of the variant being played. It is likely that the word `pot` is related to or derived from the word `jackpot.` At the conclusion of a hand, either by all but one player folding, or by showdown, the pot is won ...
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[Zaplotnik] Pot is a novel by Slovenian author {ill|sl|Nejc Zaplotnik|Nejc Zaplotnik}. It was first published in 1981. ...
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Pot

Pot intransitive verb To tipple; to drink. [ Obsolete or Prov. Eng.] « It is less labor to plow than to pot it.» Feltham.
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Pot noun [ Akin to LG. pott , Dutch pot , Danish potte , Swedish potta , Icelandic pottr , French pot ; of unknown origin.] 1. A metallic or earthen vessel, appropriated to any of a great variety of uses, as for boiling meat or vegetables, for holding...
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Pot transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Potted ; present participle & verbal noun Potting .] To place or inclose in pots ; as: (a) To preserve seasoned in pots. ' Potted fowl and fish.' Dryden. (b) ...
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Pot

1) Short for the term Potentiometer.
2) A device that outputs part of the input voltage according to the position of the control's knob.
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Pot

1) Slang for an overhead transformer. 2) Short for "Potential".
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Pot

285 ml glass of beer (Victoria and Queensland).
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Pot

A courtesy extended to ones opponent in a friendly game.  Say player A leaves a difficult pair and would normally ‘step out for four`, player B may say ‘four for the pot`.  This allows player A to go for the shot and try for a three.  He keeps the three if he gets the pair but still gets four even if he misses both.
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A piece of clay that has been fired to make it hard. Pottery is made in kilns for a variety of purposes. Prehistoric pottery is usually very soft, since it was fired in bonfires with no control over the firing, (compare with a kiln). Samian ware is a special type of pottery - it is a tableware, one that was put on the table to display food. Some ty...
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A pile of chips or counters to be collected by the winner.
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Pot

a trap used to capture fish, especially crustaceans.
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Pot

A trap used to capture fish, especially crustaceans.
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a unit of volume used in Australian pubs. A pot of beer is 285 milliliters in Queensland and Victoria, 575 milliliters in Western Australia.
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Pot

Cannabis (slang).
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pot

hearty soup of pork and vegetables, generally cabbage and potatoes
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In Poker, the amount of money that accumulates in the middle of the table. The pot goes to the winner of the hand.
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marijuana
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n. slang for marijuana, an illeg- al narcotic.
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