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tobacconist

Chiefly Brit a person or shop that sells tobacco, cigarettes, pipes, etc.
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THE TOBACCONIST by Robert Seethaler, Picador, PS12.
A move by the huge network of tobacconists to open up a stripped-down, cut-price bank account is expected to provide competition to the nation's banks.
The man, named locally as Mark Rushton, also splashed out in newsagents, tobacconists and shoe shops during his splurge in the northern city of Santander.
Newsagents and tobacconists will demonstrate, on 22 January, in front of the European Parliament in Brussels against EU measures in the Tobacco Products Directive and the Union's inability to regulate traffic or harmonise tobacco prices.
Due to committed terminal and online services, Banca ITB helps tobacconists to enlarge the range of services with advanced solutions.
The law will be extended to smaller shops, bulk tobacconists and specialist tobacconists, from April 2015.
Tobacconists would also have to keep product displays inside shops and reduce the size of their price-lists under laws proposed by the Welsh Assembly Government yesterday.
Under the new laws, tobacconists will have to keep pipes out of sight in a locked cabinet or drawer.
Cigarette WHEN Daphne Redman left Marton Road School on Friday, July 30, 1941, at the age of 14 she started work the following Monday at Pigott's, confectioners and tobacconists, for sisters Ethel Pigott and Mabel Harrison.
Yes, this despicable Westminster government's latest nanny-state ruse is a proposal to force tobacconists to keep out of sight the very reason for their existence.
French wine bar owners and tobacconists took to the streets of Paris last week in their hundreds to complain about the ban on smoking in public places that comes into force in France on January 1.
Tops and Giant Eagle have been working together with the local leadership of the United Food and Commercial Workers and the Bakers, Confectioners, Tobacconists and Grain Millers unions to preserve as many jobs as possible, according to a statement issued by Tops.