tobacconist


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tobacconist

Chiefly Brit a person or shop that sells tobacco, cigarettes, pipes, etc.
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There was a tobacconist near my first newspaper, the Knutsford Guardian, which so fascinated me and two trainee journalists, that we bought foot-long white clay pipes and walked around town puffing away as if reincarnated from the 18th century.
Mr Stratford nodded: "Yes, on this very lane, and the funny thing is that Slinky's girlfriend, Val, works at the tobacconist up the road, so maybe he's been visiting her.
The novel follows Franz as he starts work in a Tobacconists shop and befriends Professor Freud who opens his eyes to the world with surprising results.
59) HHHH H THE Tobacconist is a hugely accomplished study of human nature set during the years leading up to the Second World War in Vienna.
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When in doubt, consult an online tobacconist to help you zero in on the kind you are most likely to enjoy.
AN enterprising woman who has run a pie shop, tobacconist, newsagent, hairdressers and post office will celebrate her 101st birthday at a Cardiff care home this weekend.
Thousands of tobacconist in Austria, Spain, France, Greece, Italy and Poland protested, on 6 September, against the potential introduction in Europe of plain cigarette packages.
A SPECIALIST tobacconist has taken advantage of a loophole in anti-smoking legislation to open a new indoor cigar and pipe tobacco sampling lounge.
THIS brass figure of Mr Punch holding a cup in one hand and a quill in the other would have been mounted on the counter of a tobacconist, and attached to a gas supply.
Phase three involves reconstruction of buildings rescued from Nos 16 and 18 Birmingham Road, Oldbury, and will create part of the second block on the new High Street, bringing to life a tobacconist and radio dealer.
I know all the firms mentionedand worked from 1937-1972 (ex-cept for the war years) at a whole-sale tobacconist in Joney Road, andwas baptised at the St Bede'sChurch he mentions.