cigar smoker

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a smoker of cigars

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One result of Churchill's worldwide fame as a cigar smoker was the thousands of cigars he received as gifts from admirers the world over, which Churchill greatly appreciated, but which caused Scotland Yard and British Intelligence (MI5) many headaches because it would have been easy for Great Britain's enemies to lace those cigars with cyanide or other toxins, or even hide heat-generated explosives in them.
It's actually the best time in history to be a cigar smoker.
Even a once-a-day cigar smoker is exposed to the same level of nicotine as that of a pack-a-day cigarette smoker.
And then there was Ken Clarke, the chancellor who went to the despatch box with his favourite tipple whisky and being a cigar smoker.
Even the heaviest cigar smoker usually consumes no more than one or two a day, Spann said, and cigars are not generally inhaled deep into the lungs like other forms of smokeable tobacco.
As a famous cigar smoker, I suspect he would have made his feelings known by using his well-known "V" for victory sign .
The 34th President of the United States asked his head of press and fellow cigar smoker Pierre Salinger to obtain "1,000 Petit Upmanns" on February 6, 1962, so he could have them in his hands before they were deemed contraband.
They're not big inhalers," said Clayton, who describes himself as an occasional cigar smoker and is aiming to bring over a traditional cigar roller from Cuba to show off his art.
To the cigar smoker, this means teasing out cigars made from Cuban seed, from cigars produced in Cuba.
Malcolm allison, flamboyant soccer coach, cigar smoker, champagne guzzler, and lover of lovely ladies, was the most committed of Lennie Heppell groupies.
An inveterate cigar smoker who liked strong coffee, he was said to be plain speaking and even rough in manner, but nonetheless composed some beautiful and sweet music.
came second in a BBC poll of great Britons behind Winston Churchill, another keen cigar smoker.
Cuban President Fidel Castro, once an avid cigar smoker, quit 20 years ago claiming concern for his health.
He was a good-natured fellow, a cigar smoker, although he was a little young for it, that kind of guy, but he was furious when I trudged back to the sacristy after sitting through the second half of Mass in the very last pew.
The tobacco recipes came from chef Sandro Fioriti, a cigar smoker who experimented for weeks with various receipes before settling on those now selling very well at the restaurant, according to the restaurant's owners.