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tobacconist

Chiefly Brit a person or shop that sells tobacco, cigarettes, pipes, etc.
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11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Nat Sherman, tobacconist to the World since 1930, announced that, in celebration of its 85[sup.
Information and education campaigns implemented in cooperation with tobacconists and parental organizations focused on their goals instead of witch-hunts, have brought smoking rates down in certain Member States and quite satisfying results in less than 3 years.
She said she was particularly concerned for small independent tobacconists and newsagents, such as John Hollingsworth & Son Ltd in Birmingham's Great Western Arcade.
Marco Sinforian, of Kilmarnock, says the pipe ban could put his 100-year-old family tobacconists out of business.
I spoke with a tobacconist in Frome, Somerset, in July.
BREATHE EASY: Turmeaus tobacconists in Water Street, which is leaving its traditional premises after 190 years, but is setting up shop again nearby
Lottery dealers, tobacconists and bars which sell the tickets reported huge queues, and many players poured into Italy from abroad, including from neighbouring France, Switzerland, Slovenia and Austria.
He emigrated to the country with his parents in 1967 after they had run a sweet shop and tobacconists in Smorrall Lane.
But confectioners, tobacconists, newsagents and corner shops are close behind.
Back in the 1960s, the Wilson farm club of the Minnesota Twins was known as the Tobs, short for Tobacconists.
The initial response from tobacconists across the country has been fantastic.
Circulation of its 90-page catalog on a quarterly basis is sent to over 5000 retail tobacconists nationwide.