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smoker

Oceanography a vent on the ocean floor from which hot water and minerals erupt
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Without commenting on his last remark, she took the smoker from him and set to work.
Being a smoker, I think we do get a hard time of it.
Not content with having driven smokers from their workplaces into the street, they now wish to disburse them along the sidewalks.
The 29-year-old from the Isle of Wight is a smoker while husband Steven, 30 is not.
We want to inspire a new generation of smoker consumers who want to monitor their smoker, anytime and anywhere on their connected devices.
Smokers have got no right to force non-smokers to passive smoke at any time or any place.
1,2) It is important for those trying to encourage smokers to quit to recognize how beliefs about recovery may differ between smokers and non-smokers.
Smokers are social lepers and have to smoke outside whatever the weather, which is very unfair.
If you are a smoker, the single best way to protect your family is to quit smoking.
Older men and women who were once heavy smokers have a significantly higher risk of diabetes and obesity than do nonsmokers or current light smokers, according to Tommi Sulander of Finland's National Public Health Institute, Helsinki, and colleagues.
You've got a lot of smokers in Congress and maybe those who smoke are powerful people and for them it's like their home.