tobacconist


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tobacconist

Chiefly Brit a person or shop that sells tobacco, cigarettes, pipes, etc.
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Turmeaus Tobacconist was first established in Liverpool in 1817, and currently oper ates two shops on either side of the Corn Exchange office block in Fenwick Street.
Circulation of its 90-page catalog on a quarterly basis is sent to over 5000 retail tobacconists nationwide.
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.
Purchased in 1980, Boca Bennington Tobacconist, located at 501 SE Mizner Blvd.
The headquarters of the White Star Line company, which owned the ill-fated Titanic, on the corner of James Street The Bridge House tobacconist on Penny Lane, in April 1912.
The family, who were third class passengers, were emigrating to Wichita, Kansas, where her father had hoped to open a tobacconist shop.
The family, who were third class passengers, were emigrating to Kansas where her father had hoped to open a tobacconist shop.
Next to that is a small tobacconist and newsagent's, then on the corner is Crane's Pianos and Music Shop.
A CHRISTMAS treasure hunt sparked fury yesterday after kids were sent to a tobacconist.
A Birmingham tobacconist has been named cigar merchant of the year.
On their return, they bought a general store and tobacconist in Kilsyth where Sarah worked until well into her 70s.