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pot

n. slang for marijuana, an illegal narcotic.

See: award, cannabis, stake
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Then, to no-one's surprise, John Brown took a pot-shot at the BHB for hanging fire over joining the march on the Treasury by the bookmakers, bearing banners calling for a cut in the rate of betting duty to at least three per cent.
EVERTON'S Phil Jagielka has taken a pot-shot back at Liverpool after Steven Gerrard's long ball jibe.
Ian Harte's dead-ball skills did cause a few problems but it took until the 20th minute for the first effort on goal to arrive, John Walters' pot-shot careering over the crossbar.
I drove 300 to 400 yards up the road before I stopped in case they tried to take another pot-shot at me.
Are we now to believe that if a gunman takes a pot-shot at you and misses, it's not your lucky day but his.
Baloo has had the odd pot-shot in training but I can't say I was that confident of him landing this one.
Nicola Sewell was just yards from her dad's house in Willenhall Lane, Binley, when a gunman took a pot-shot at her from some bushes.
Rangers manager Dick Advocaat took a pot-shot at Norwegian referee Terge Hauge after his side tumbled out of the UEFA Cup.
Mourinho took a pot-shot at his rival this week for never having won the Champions League.