He is further alleged to have assaulted a nurse at the hospital by throwing a cigarette lighter
at her in an attempt to strike her on the body.
What are the key success and risk factors in the cigarette lighter
Waving cigarette lighters
in the air at concerts is a time-honoured tradition - albeit one that has been culled in many countries as venues ban 'exposed flames'.
At the other end of the cigarette lighter
field, the end which costs the money, it is interesting to note that four beautifully-made petrol lighters by the Dunhill firm were offered recently by Sotheby's in a sale partly given over to mid-20th century items ranging from wall lights, desk sets, elegant table lamps and Chiaparus figures of athletic women in bronze metal and ivory.
Mr McLeod said: "He held cigarette lighters
in each hand, saying they would 'all blow up together'.
The boy and a friend, both 16, allegedly used a cigarette lighter
to turn Billy Williams into a human fireball.
Another Japanese-made spy camera disguised as a cigarette lighter
held an estimate between 300 [pounds sterling] to 500 [pounds sterling].
Also, studies show that the comparatively large flame produced by the devices is more attractive to children than that generated by smaller cigarette lighters
DOPEY fraudsters tried to flood Britain with "official" Olympic Games cigarette lighters
Yes, there are people - younger audiences in particular - who have never seen ``Stomp'' and who figure to sit up just a little straighter and clap with a little more delight at the ``Stomp'' ensemble's use of - among other items - cigarette lighters
, rustling newspapers, matchbooks and broom handles.
LONDON tobacconist Alfred Dunhill is a darling of the smoking collectors' circuit for another reason: his company made some of the most desirable cigarette lighters
money can buy.
It is questionable whether cigarette lighters
could be made "child-proof.