Tobacco production of PTPN X is all for export to be used for cheroot
holder was pounds 1 from a local charity shop and would be worth around pounds 20 to the right tobacciana collector.
But when maverick Scots MP George Galloway tried to sell a signed box of the world-famous cheroots
on eBay, his plan went up in smoke.
And lollipops (after he realised smoking cheroots
was probably not a hair restorer).
He's running around at his beck and call, buying him booze and cheroots
with as much hope of getting reimbursed as Roy Cropper has of fathering Hayley's child.
Dozens of natural hot spring resorts may have to treat their waters with cheroots
I remember one of the heads who used to smoke cheroots
and her office absolutely stunk of cheroots
He smokes cheroots
, works tirelessly on behalf of France and Europe, and his aggressive some would say ruthless--personal style has earned him the nickname "Exocet," after a French-built missile.
Possessed of an awareness that many commonplace practices would eventually perish, he took pains to record mundane activities, including lowland women smoking homemade cheroots
, donkeys and dogs dozing during siesta time, fishermen in their reed boats on Lake Titicaca, and a farmer behind his plow on the altiplano.
Administering a medicine through smoking was unheard of until the late 19th century, when pharmaceutical houses prepared coca leaf cigars and cheroots
were occasionally used in lieu of cocaine.
I eve ntually emerged triumphant with a haul of lemon grass, soy, vanilla pods, palm sugar and a bundle of hand-made cheroots
- all for less than 50p.
I came out of the womb queer" was how she put it, and from there she spent the rest of her life as a man of the times--wearing suits, sporting tattoos, smoking cheroots
, driving wartime ambulances, and racing powerful motorboats for the glory of England.