GVM

(redirected from Green Vegetable Matter)
AcronymDefinition
GVMGross Vehicle Mass
GVMGnome Volume Manager
GVMGlobal Vendor Management (various locations)
GVMGroup Velocity Mismatch
GVMGlomuvenous Malformations
GVMGlobal Voice Mail (part of Unified Messaging capabilities)
GVMGreen Vegetable Matter (marijuana)
GVMGolden Vale Marts (Ireland)
GVMGold Volatility Model (Statistical model to predict future Core PCE index)
GVMGymnázium Velké Mezirící (Sokolovská, Czech Republic)
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"During a search of the property, large quantities of white powder and a small amount of green vegetable matter were discovered together with scales, packets of white bags, a lock knife, a number of mobile phones and a quantity of bank notes."
He added: "Officers seized clear plastic tubs and various bags containing green vegetable matter and a substantial quantity of cash."
Upon the 35-year-old's arrest police found a plastic tub containing green vegetable matter on him, which was cannabis.
During the stop, Trooper Driscoll noticed green vegetable matter with red stalks scattered on Mr.
200 YEARS AGO: Recipe for making manure from green vegetable matter decomposed by quick or fresh burnt lime.
He also handed over three bags containing green vegetable matter revealed to be cannabis.
Police officers also found cannabis, in the form of "two bags of green vegetable matter", in his car.
EAST BROOKFIELD - A home at 101 Podunk Road was raided recently, with police allegedly uncovering about 50 marijuana plants, plastic bags containing a green vegetable matter, police equipment and scales.
When they entered they noticed a smell of cannabis and a bag containing green vegetable matter on the couch.
Linda Fowler, prosecuting, said: "He was taken to the cells and a small bag of green vegetable matter fell from his leg onto the floor.
All of the green vegetable matter was confirmed as cannabis following tests.
In the passenger footwell there was green vegetable matter, also the drug.