I understood the snuff and clockwork, and so on, when I first opened my eyes this morning.
Diamonds without their gold rings; candles without their gold candlesticks; snuff without the gold snuff-boxes; pencil-leads without the gold pencil-cases; a walking stick without its gold top; clockwork without the gold clocks--or rather watches.
Thieves would have taken the gold snuff-boxes, snuff and all; the gold pencil-cases, lead and all.
He has stripped the house of gold, and taken not a grain that was not gold; not so much as a grain of snuff. He lifted the gold leaf off an old illumination, fully satisfied that he left the rest unspoilt.
The West Highland Museum has added to its already extensive collection of Jacobite artefacts with the purchase of a hidden portrait snuff
Islamabad -- The Civil Aviation Authority and Anti-Narcotics Force have imposed banned on carrying of snuff
(Niswar) during traveling by air.
Evaluation of DNA damage in snuff
and charas addicted active smokers
But this day I visited him in the hospital, he had a really bad craving for his snuff
or quid in English) is a moist, powdered tobacco snuff
consumed mostly in Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and Iran.
Prominent cricketer Shahid Afridi was caught consuming powdered tobacco snuff
(naswar) while he was attending a ceremony to commemorate the 53rd Defence Day at the General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi on Thursday.
It was during the period from 1680 to the mid-1800s that snuff
, a pulverised form of tobacco to be either chewed or inhaled, became the most popular form of tobacco addiction.
If anything, I feel sorry for them because it must be an odd position to be in" Actor Hugh Skinner, who plays the Duke of Cambridge in the TV comedy series The Windsors "The biggest faux pas one could commit" Top Italian chef Antonio Carluccio hits out at Nigella Lawson for putting double cream in her carbonara "It is time snuff snuffed
it" Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake wants an end to the free snuff
available to MPs as they enter the chamber "I don't think there were that many.
"It is time snuff snuffed
it" - Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake wants an end to the free snuff
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"It is time snuff snuffed
it" - Lib Dem MP Tom Brake wants end to the free snuff
available MPs as they enter the chamber.