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tobacconist

Chiefly Brit a person or shop that sells tobacco, cigarettes, pipes, etc.
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"Pierre Moreau, tobacconist, deposes that he has been in the habit of selling small quantities of tobacco and snuff to Madame L'Espanaye for nearly four years.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 12, 2019-: France E-Cigarette Market Report 2019: Increase in Vaping Product with Tobacconists
Booty crept like a cat, handcuffs at the ready, after him up School Lane to the tobacconists' kiosk where Slinky spoke to a young lady.
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.
In conjunction, TOR Imports, the company's distributor for MAGIC cigarettes in the UK, has taken pre-orders for MAGIC brand cigarettes at more than 150 tobacconists and expects to place MAGIC in over 300 tobacconists by the end of the summer.
A move by the huge network of tobacconists to open up a stripped-down, cut-price bank account is expected to provide competition to the nation's banks.
The man, named locally as Mark Rushton, also splashed out in newsagents, tobacconists and shoe shops during his splurge in the northern city of Santander.
Newsagents and tobacconists will demonstrate, on 22 January, in front of the European Parliament in Brussels against EU measures in the Tobacco Products Directive and the Union's inability to regulate traffic or harmonise tobacco prices.
"There is no evidence that pictorial warnings or plain packaging would increase illicit trade in tobacco products anywhere in the world." "Tobacconists forget to mention the only measure that has an impact on illicit trade: security and traceability features on tobacco products."
The specialist tobacconists' exemption only exists in England, because legislation is different in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Tobacconists would also have to keep product displays inside shops and reduce the size of their price-lists under laws proposed by the Welsh Assembly Government yesterday.