- hot rocks
- Everyday English Slang in Irelandn The burning bits of hash/paper that flake off from the business end of a joint.
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Hot Rocks — can refer to: * Hot Rocks 1964 1971, a compilation album by The Rolling Stones . * Hot Rocks (Science Channel series), hosted by Scottish geologist Iain Stewart [http://science.discovery.com/convergence/hotrocks/hotrocks.html] … Wikipedia
hot rocks — Noun. The red hot pieces of burning cannabis that occasionally fall from a joint during its smoking … English slang and colloquialisms
hot rocks — n pl British the glowing embers at the tip of a lit ciga rette or joint. An expression from school playground slang. Cherry is a synonym … Contemporary slang
Hot rocks 1964-1971 — Album par The Rolling Stones Sortie 20 décembre 1971 … Wikipédia en Français
Hot Rocks 1964-1971 — Álbum recopilatorio de The Rolling Stones Publicación 20 de diciembre de 1971 (EEUU) 21 de mayo de 1990 (R.U.) Grabación mayo de 1964 abril de 1970 Género(s) Rock … Wikipedia Español
Hot Rocks 1964-1971 — Album par The Rolling Stones Sortie 20 décembre 1971 … Wikipédia en Français
Hot Rocks 1964–1971 — Infobox Album | Name = Hot Rocks 1964 1971 Type = Compilation album Artist = The Rolling Stones Released = 20 December 1971 (U.S.) 21 May 1990 (UK) Recorded = October 1964 January 1971 Genre = Rock Length = 84:56 Label = ABKCO Producer = Andrew… … Wikipedia
hot rocks technique — noun a method of creating an artificial source of geothermal energy by pumping cold surface water, under pressure, into hot dry granite rocks three to five kilometres underground which heat the water before it is returned to the surface. See… … Australian English dictionary
More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) — Compilation album by The Rolling Stones Released 11 December 1972 … Wikipedia
Hot spring — For places with similar name, see Hot Springs (disambiguation). Grand Prismatic Spring and Midway Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park A hot spring is a spring that is produced by the emergence of geothermally heated groundwater … Wikipedia