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cigarette

(sometimes US), cigaret
a short tightly rolled cylinder of tobacco, wrapped in thin paper and often having a filter tip, for smoking

candle

i. A unit of illumination for intensity equal approximately to the luminous intensity of a 7/8-in sperm candle burning at 120 grains.
ii. The failure of a parachute to deploy because the rigging lines are fouled. Also called a cigarette or a streamer.

cigarette

final favor granted one about to die. [Pop. Cult.: Misc.]

Cigarettes

(dreams)
The interpretation of this symbol, as with all others, depends on your relationship with cigarettes. If you are a smoker or are surrounded by smokers, cigarettes may be a regular part of your daily life that has been brought into your dream state. Cigarettes could represent anything from phallic symbols and symbols of pleasure to tools of destruction. Generally, the cigarette is an object that carries social and emotional significance. When we are teenagers, we associate them with being “cool, ” daring, and defiant. For some adults they become a way of life where all emotions seem to be punctuated with cigarettes. Finally, as adults come into touch with their own physical mortality, cigarettes become dreadful objects, and smoking becomes a terrible burden and curse. When interpreting the dream with cigarettes in it, ask yourself what cigarettes mean to you.
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Subramanian Swamy has stated in his recently released press release, that he ("Father" Gasper Raj), as a LTTE operative in US, had tried to bribe US under-cover State Department officials to obtained material assistance for the LTTE two years ago.
I think an athlete like him can easily carry on until 33," Gasper is (http://www.
But take it for all it's worth, because it's worth a lot," says Gasper.
In the fourth full paragraph on Page 72, you seem to indicate that the induced air from the gaspers (I assume these are the little overhead nozzles that I can never get enough air out of) increases the filtration rate of the cabin air.
Gasper passed up a simple chance to make it 3-0 just before half-time, but Jemiah Richards and Danny Lennon were equally wasteful with Town's clearest opportunities, both of which stemmed from Tim Jackson's free-kicks.
There are plenty of fed-up footballers in this enforced midwinter break but none more so than Alvechurch midfielder Matt Gasper.
The 39-year-old was awarded the accolade in the Queen's Birthday Honours in June for her role - alongside fellow MBE recipient Fiona Gasper - in drawing together the successful Capital of Culture programme after the shock departure of artistic director Robyn Archer.
Forget the recent headline hogging images of a haggered looking Ms Moss sucking on a gasper as she soaked up the sun.
Gasper, retired president/chief operating officer at Nationwide Insurance; Robert J.
FORMER leading New York trainer Gasper Moschera has hit back at Big Brown's handler Rick Dutrow after Dutrow last week alleged drugs misuse by Moschera and several others.
As Gasper himself puts it, 'the purpose of this book is to raise possibilities hitherto not considered concerning the intellectual inheritance available to Anselm, and specifically concerning the writing of the Fathers of the Church .
Christine Gasper of Eugene died June 16 of complications of diabetes.