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Very commonly in the Navy to mean "floor" e.g. Passed out on the deck
by Alice Phillips on Sep 27, 2013
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i wan to know the definition of deck as used in the following:

"While taking Smith into custody, officers found a plastic bag containing 42 decks of heroin, police said."

taken from the quote is said to be taken directly from a police report and cited in other local publications. in the online urban dictionary, one contributor of 65 [username lehem] states that deck means:

"1 to 15 grams of heroin, also known as a bag; packet of drugs"

any ideas? etymology? police procedurals i can check with?
by norman douglas on Sep 17, 2013





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