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a cigar with both ends cut flat

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Murthwaite was so interested in what he heard, that he let his cheroot go out.
How you have escaped them I can't imagine," says the eminent traveller, lighting his cheroot again, and staring hard at Mr.
Guard emerges from the tap, where he prefers breakfasting, licking round a tough- looking doubtful cheroot, which you might tie round your finger, and three whiffs of which would knock any one else out of time.
Tom is encouraged by a remark or two of the guard's between the puffs of his oily cheroot, and besides is getting tired of not talking.
We pulled up at the beginning of the line, and pacified them, and we're never going to carry no more pea-shooters, unless they promises not to fire where there's a line of Irish chaps a-stonebreaking." The guard stopped and pulled away at his cheroot, regarding Tom benignantly the while.
Bobby with infinite craft lit himself a cheroot with the left hand (his right arm was numbed to the elbow), and resigned himself to a night of pain.
Sammy, being from that generation of the African Film' magazine, recalls the suave man, who wore a Panama hat, "swirled whisky, smoked cheroots and was a phenomenal karateka", his punches punctuated with "take that" in the dialogue bubbles.
From the cheroots that became popular amongst army officers and gentlemen of leisure in the days of the West's dalliance with Empire, to the Marlboro Man in the 1950s onwards, the smoking habit was considered one of the hallmarks of elegance and worldliness, initially amongst men but later amongst women too.
The Minister further suggested that the tax rate of Napa Tiles should be reduced to 5 percent, the commodity Natu Tobacco Cheroot may be exempted from cess, the tax rate on Cheroots may be reduced from 28 percent, the tax rate on tractors be reduced from 12 to 5 percent.
Preliminary selection: 10.61.12.000 - Rice half-broken or completely collapsed, or crushed; 12.00.11.110 - Cigars, cheroots with cheroots (traits); 01.15.10.100 - Tobacco and raw materials; 10.39.13.000 - Vegetables (except potatoes) and dried mushrooms; 10.86.10.100 - Milk products for baby food; 10.51.56.100 - Dairy products, dairy components, not included in other groups; 10.39.25.110 - Fruits processed; 10.20.34.120 - Canned food from crustaceans, mollusks and other seafood; 10.13.15.110 - Canned meat; 10.73.11.110 - Macaroni; 10.42.10.110 - Margarine; 10.51.11.110 - Pasteurized drinking milk; 10.41.19.000 - Other animal fats and oils
The participants reported their current and past smoking habits of cigarettes, cheroots, cigars, and pipes.
Frankly we should have been on the chaise lounge puffing cheroots after 30 minutes.
Cheroots form the second largest sector and traditional larger cigars, which has performed poorly in recent years, takes third place
(1) Various forms of tobacco smoking are prevalent in India including smoking of beedies, cigarettes, cigars like cheroots, cigarillos and 'Hukka'.
Other tobacco products were defined as hand-rolled cigarettes, pipes, cigars, cheroots and cigarillos, hookah, hubbly bubbly or water-pipe sessions, electronic cigarettes, snuff, chewing tobacco and smokeless tobacco.