narghile


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Synonyms for narghile

an oriental tobacco pipe with a long flexible tube connected to a container where the smoke is cooled by passing through water

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Acute CO poisoning after smoking narghile. Presented at the 22e Journe'e de Tabacologie; Paris 2006.
WPS called narghile in Turkish has becoming widespread worldwide and is also one of the most popular and epidemic forms of tobacco use among Turkish youth.
Prevalence and characteristics of narghile smoking among university students in Syria.
The potential existence of mycobacteria in the narghile tube as a source of contamination of different smokers was recorded [17].
Narghile (water pipe) smoking influences platelet function and (iso-) eicosanoids.
Its customers are, however, barred from smoking the narghile (water pipe) and playing cards, traditions that are rife in other coffeehouses of Cairo.
Volatile aldehydes in the mainstream smoke of the narghile waterpipe.
Measurement of 16 polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in narghile waterpipe tobacco smoke.
At the start of July, ISIL placed a ban on cigarettes and narghile pipes in Mosul on the basis that they are harmful to people's health.
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocacrbons, carbon monoxide, "tar," and nicotine in the mainstream smoke aerosol of the narghile water pipe.
It also issued four statements ordering women to wear the niqab in public, forbidding the sale of cigarettes and narghile (water pipe) products, banning music and making attendance of Friday prayers compulsory.
Health warning labelling practices on narghile (shisha, hookah) waterpipe tobacco products and related accessories.
The portrayal of idleness in the form of men reclined, often smoking the narghile, borrowed from the tradition of Orientalist painting, is taken here as an epitome of the country and named 'the art of lying down.' Morocco's splendor and civilization, according to De Amicis, belong to the past.