tobacco juice

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saliva colored brown by tobacco (snuff or chewing tobacco)

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Coach Yanossy is spitting a storm of tobacco juice into the cup.
They spat tobacco juice on the landings on the way down and slipped on the same juice on the way up.
Old Gabby Hayes spits out a mouthful of tobacco juice and shakes his head.
The nation's fishery scientists at first scoffed at claims of daily change in color preference by the largemouth bass (Micropterus saimoides), terming such claims as merely anecdotal, but when finally pressured to undertake a study, their doubts quickly disappeared; Every bass angler they interviewed not only verified these abrupt and inexplicable changes but often punctuated their testimony with emphatic spurts of tobacco juice.
The irritation by tobacco juice products is likely to be greater among shisha smokers than among pipe or cigar smokers because shisha smoking is typically practiced (with or without inhalation) more often and for longer periods of time.
You felt just like the cowboys spitting chewing tobacco juice.
As a result, "when a new ball was thrown out we were allowed to saturate it with tobacco juice, rub it in the dirt and roughen it up a bit.
He also said that you could use tobacco juice to the same effect.
Roy seems to be everything Beckim likes about Maine--a backhanded tribute to the guys who carry around Mountain Dew bottles of tobacco juice to avoid spitting on the rug and who smoke joints in the living room while their kids are banging on drum sets down the hall.
IF a person wears out his stomach by eating and drinking too much food and alcohol, and irritating it by saliva laden with tobacco juice, he must die.
For example, one morning, while he was spitting tobacco juice all over my cleats, he says: You're not going to believe this but .
Underripe, as it so often is in many of Chile's vineyards, it is bitter, green and as unpleasant as tobacco juice.
WHEN A MAN recently spat tobacco juice on Jane Fonda after waiting patiently in line for 90 minutes at a book-signing event for the actress' tell-all tome, it was assumed he was a disgruntled Vietnam vet still bitter at Fonda for the whole Hanoi Jane thing.
VIETNAM veteran Michael Smith, 54, has been arrested for spitting tobacco juice in the face of actress Jane Fonda, 67.
It was grey, streaked with tobacco juice of which it doubtless smelled.
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