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SKOL

Fortran pre-processor for COS (Cray Operating System).
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| The Kenworth truck in its green and white Skoal Bandits colours when it was owned by Burt Reynolds.
The company is well-established in the category of US-style moist snuff and owns the premium brands Copenhagen (56% of retail volume sales in 2014) and Skoal (44%) -- both showed high prevalence and effective exposure to consumers.
"Make that a twice-told skoal! For the sound of its ring!"
WESTMINSTER -- The cartons of Marlboros, cans of Skoal and packs of Swisher Sweets are hard to miss stacked near the entrance of Vincent's Country Store, but maybe not for much longer: All tobacco products could become contraband if local health officials get their way.
After making its name with macho brands like Marlboro and Skoal, Philip Morris introduces smokes aimed at young women and one of the most famous taglines in advertising history.
The warning on the attractive metal tins stated simply: "What, you're still breathing?" I turned to a product called Skoal Bandits - delightful, tiny parcels of tobacco wedged betwixt gum and cheek - but ditched them after a mouth cancer alert.
On days like this, ones in which the day was lazy like a hangover, he chose Skoal straight dip.
Smokeless Tobacco Co.'s Skoal have been leading the smokeless resurgence for many years, but now are battling mainstream cigarette manufacturers that have jumped into the arena.
I hated the big ring he'd worn in the back pocket of his jeans from sitting on his can of Skoal.
"Skoal, Kodiak and Grizzly lead the way in the moist snuff subcategory, which is dominated by males ranging in age from 25 to 60," he said, adding that the demographic has not changed dramatically over the last few years.
Myers at the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids noted that the novel products' popularity "depends largely on whether the tobacco industry succeeds in creating an image for those products." He added that when tobacco manufacturers introduced Skoal Bandit, a product similar to Snus, in the early 1980s, few youth were using smokeless tobacco products.