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cheroot

(shəro͞ot`): see cigar and cigarettecigar and cigarette,
tubular rolls of tobacco designed for smoking. Cigars consist of filler leaves held together by binder leaves and covered with a wrapper leaf, which is rolled spirally around the binder.
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PTPN X sold tobacco to the cheroot factories directly in Europe, not through the Bremen Auction Center in Germany.
The third, perhaps most critical, form of reading practice The Lizard Cage presents is that of Teza's "Burmese Cheroot Ceremony" (Connelly 49).
The cheroot holder was pounds 1 from a local charity shop and would be worth around pounds 20 to the right tobacciana collector.
Lava Man, with regular jockey Corey Nakatani aboard, sat second for most of the way behind pacesetter Cheroot through early splits of 22.
Unaware that he stands upwind from a church filled with several hundred Sunday worshipers, he happily toots his cheroot while the assembly and I catch a little snootful of his secondhand smoke.
It's all there, from mesquite to loneliness to desert grandeur, just waiting for a cast of misfits twittering away in lip-synched English while Clint Eastwood chews on his cheroot and tries to decide who dies next.
Harding to bin Laden--flicking their still-lit cheroot ashes into an oil slick called The Persian Gulf.
The author once wrote a meditative essay called "Desde la veranda," which pays homage to that Kiplingesque age of the Raj when civilized people sat and talked while nursing a gimlet or smoking a cheroot.
Let's censor every Humphrey Bogart scene in which he's lighting up a cigarette, or Clint Eastwood's Spaghetti Westerns in which his 'Man With No Name' chomps on a cheroot (and while we're at it give him a haircut and a shave).
back in the day when a manly man could take a whiff off a cheroot, blow out a puff of smoke and pronounce, "A woman is only a woman, but a good cigar is a smoke," and not get slapped in his face, Sarasota had a cigar manufacturing business.
DeFazio stares impassively into the middle distance, an unlit cheroot between his teeth.
Axel Heyst was also a smoker; and when he lounged out on his verandah with his cheroot, the last thing before going to bed, he made in the night the same sort of glow and of the same size as that other one so many miles away.