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a cloud of fine particles suspended in a gas

a hot vapor containing fine particles of carbon being

produced by combustion; "the fire produced a tower of
black smoke that could be seen for miles"

an indication of some hidden activity; "with all that

smoke there must be a fire somewhere"

something with no concrete substance; "his dreams

all turned to smoke"; "it was just smoke and mirrors"

roll of tobacco: tobacco leaves that have been made

into a cylinder

pot: street names for marijuana

the act of smoking tobacco or other substances; "he went outside for a smoke"; "smoking stinks"

inhale and exhale smoke from cigarettes, cigars, pipes; "We never smoked marijuana"; "Do you

fastball: (baseball) a pitch thrown with maximum velocity; "he swung late on the fastball"; "he
showed batters nothing but smoke"

fume: emit a cloud of fine particles; "The chimney was fuming"

Smoke is a suspension in air of small particles resulting from incomplete combustion of a fuel. It is
commonly an unwanted by-product of fires (including in stoves, lamp) and fireplaces, but may also
be used for pest control, communication (smoke signals) or inhalation. Smoke sometimes also is a
component of internal combustion engine exhaust gas, particularly diesel exhaust.

Smoke is an American motion picture released in 1995. It was produced by Harvey Weinstein and
directed by Wayne Wang and Paul Auster. Among others, it features Harvey Keitel, William Hurt,
Victor Argo, Stockard Channing and Harold Perrineau, Jr.

Smoke is an album by Paul Kelly and Melbourne bluegrass band, Uncle Bill. It was originally
released in 1999.

Smoke also known as Unit LK7T2, is a fictional character in the Mortal Kombat video game

To expose fresh food to smoke from a wood fire for a prolonged period of time. Traditionally used for
preservation purposes, smoking is now a means of giving flavor to food. Smoking tends to dry the
food, kills bacteria, deepens lustro color and gives food a smoky flavor. The duration of smoking
varies from 20 minutes to several days. The most commonly used woods are beech, oak and chestnut
to which aromatic essences are often added. Small home smokers are now available.

A suspension in the air of small particles produced by combustion. A transition to haze may occur
when smoke particles have traveled a great distance (25 to 100 miles or more) and when the larger
particles have settled out and the remaining particles have become widely scattered through the

Small gas borne particles of carbon or soot, less than 1 micron in size, resulting from incomplete
combustion of carbonaceous materials and of sufficient number to be observable.

a smell like smoke from burning plants or wood. This is likely caused when the raw
http://cibtvisas.com/ rubber tree sap was turned into a solid round block by a primitive process of
drying it on a spit over an open fire ("smoking"). But because latex easily attracts foreign smells, it
can be also caused by contact with eg tobacco smoke from the lung torpedoes of rubber factory

to preserve meat or fish by slowly drying in the smoke of a fragrant hard-wood fire.

Smoke is caused by forest fires or other human-related environmental factors. Visibility will be

Evocative of the flavor of smoke. Sometimes this is peat smoke, but other times the smoke is
reminiscent of bonfires, leaf fires, log fireplaces, cigar tobacco, pipe tobacco, or something else.

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1. Foreign particulate matter in the atmosphere resulting from combustion processes; a type of
lithometeor. When smoke is present, the disk of the sun at sunrise and sunset appears very red, and
during the daytime has a reddish tinge. Smoke that has come a great distance from its source, such
as from forest fires, usually has a light grayish or bluish color and is evenly distributed in the upper
air. See smog, haze. 2. Applied to some types of fog. See sea smoke.

Smoke grenades were the size and shape of a beer can with a grenade fuse stuck in the top. When
"discharged," thick, colored smoke poured out of a hole in the bottom. Smoke was used to mark
landing zones for helicopters in the daytime. As I recall, smoke came in purple, white, red, green and
yellow. Mortar and artillery shells could also provide smoke for concealment, but I never saw any
used in Vietnam.

A special kind of aerosol that results from a thermal process such as combustion or thermal
decomposition; the aerosol may be of solid particles or of liquid droplets.

A particulate of solid or liquid particles dispersed into the air on the battlefield to degrade enemy
ground and aerial observation. Smoke has many uses--screening smoke, signaling smoke, smoke
curtain, smoke haze, and smoke deception. Thus it is an artificial aerosol.

means gas-borne particles resulting from incomplete combustion, consisting predominantly, but not
exclusively, of carbon, and other combustible material, or ash, that form a visible plume in the air.

Combustion particles in the air giving it a smell and reducing visibility.

Term used to refer to diesel exhaust which looks black and smokey, rather than clear, because of the
presence of unburnt fuel oil. Smoke in exhaust of a cold engine is not abnormal as full combustion of
fuel is often achieved only when an engine reaches normal working temperature. ...

Airborne carbon particles mixed with sulfuric acid. Smoke is an irritant to the eyes and poisonous to
houseplants if not removed from the home.

Solid black or gray, but the roots of the hairs are distinctly white

to hit the target so hard it disintegrates into a puff of smoke.

A system, produced by combustion, pyrolysis or akwarium chemical reaction of substances, which
release visible and invisible gaseous solid and liquid particles into the air. Smoke is usually of
sufficient concentration to reduce perception and visibility.

a pale blue.

Particles suspended in air after incomplete combustion.

a cat with a solid black or gray coat, but the coat is white at the roots

A coat that appears to be solidly colored until it is parted, revealing that the color extends no more
than two-thirds of the way down the shaft of each hair. The remaining hair to the base should be
pure white.