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cheroot

(shəro͞ot`): see cigar and cigarettecigar and cigarette,
tubular rolls of tobacco designed for smoking. Cigars consist of filler leaves held together by binder leaves and covered with a wrapper leaf, which is rolled spirally around the binder.
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It was rejected on the basis he was a smoker, even though he would have just one cheroot at Christmas and his cancer is not linked to tobacco.
In 2000, a news photographer snapped a shot of Johnny and Luther Htoo, 12-year-old twins who smoked cheroot cigars and led "God's Army," a Karen rebel faction, against Burma's junta.
I also saw a wrinkled, old lady who must have been about a hundred swiftly whip out a cheroot that was the size of a small bouquet of flowers and puff away for any photographer tourist who displayed the slightest interest in her!
I'm not suggesting that all planners immediately don a Stetson, a cheroot and a poncho.
For significance test the Cheroot Mokhli, the K-2 is estimated and since it was significant the symmetrical hypothesis of the variance is rejected, in order to correct the weak point the epsilon method is used.
Responding to the fashions of the day, Huron-Wendat embroiderers produced articles such as cheroot and calling card cases, needlecases, spectacles and scissors cases, notebooks, purses, pincushions, dish-like pin trays, fans, small lidded boxes, and miniature furniture.
Tobacco production of PTPN X is all for export to be used for cheroot.
With his trademark cheroot, the lighting of which signaled that he was about to dispatch bad guys, the coolly menacing and anti-heroic gunslinger epitomized a certain type of masculinity that Vaux associates with the apocalyptic "angel of death" in the Book of Revelation.
Stories like the one from the cheroot filter, about boys who remember the names of strangers and tame snakes and know the location of household items in houses they've never seen before, are very popular.
Factories churn out silk and lotus thread weavings and cigars made from the locally grown cheroot leaves.
Or at least smoking a cheroot and singing the Marseillaise.
Pictured beneath them is an early 20th century treen cheroot holder with a bone mouthpiece, cheroots being small cigars.