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cigar

a cylindrical roll of cured tobacco leaves, for smoking

What does it mean when you dream about a cigar?

A psychoanalytic symbol for the male organ, though when Freud was once asked about his cigar, he famously responded that “sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.” Smokers tend to associate anxiety and/or relaxation with cigarettes.

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Southern-style racism confronts the Stogies, who mask their black slugger Joe Louis Brown as Jose Brown, a Venezuelan; Larry Riley plays Brown.
By this time, cigarettes had replaced the stogie as the smoke of choice, and despite the admonition, "Lips that touch tobacco will not touch mine," both sexes were puffing away.
204), becomes the first to tie regular stogie use with coronary heart disease.
I was smoking my usual cigar at the time and when I suddenly hit a good one it jerked me so hard that my head hit the roof and that stogie went flying right out of my mouth.
Habanos sells 100 stogies a year at its 87 locations worldwide.
But the former president fails to say what he did with the stogies now Monica Lewinsky is out of the picture.
Ribisi chatted with Michael Cole, his predecessor in the role of Pete, while Danes compared tales with Peggy Lipton, the original Julie, and Dennis Farina compared stogies with the original Adam Greer, Tige Andrews.
While other studies have linked cigar smoking to cancer, this is one of the first to link stogies and cardiovascular disease.
Watch Cuban tabaqueros hand-roll stogies at El Credito Cigars (1106 Calle Ocho; 305-858-4162).
Before smoking those celebratory stogies, supporters of limited government have to remember two things.
A new attraction this year will be the Chocolate, Cigar and Port patio, where visitors can enjoy chocolates from Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, purchase cigars from Stogies Cigar Lounge of Lodi and sample port from several Lodi wineries.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, who uses a tent set up in the courtyard outside his office to puff on stogies and make political deals.