tobacconist


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tobacconist

Chiefly Brit a person or shop that sells tobacco, cigarettes, pipes, etc.
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A nice old brier with a good long stem of what the tobacconists call amber.
THE Rev Alan Thomas is trying to locate a former tobacconist's shop in the area.
The tobacconist's of CS Hawkesford and Son is in the front of the old Fish Market and is the first retailer in Spiceal Street at the corner with Bell Street.
The 18yearold, of Deere Road, Ely, was followed into a tobacconist's in Cardiff city centre by a policeman on June 4.
My grandfather David William Davenport was a Surgical Boot and Shoe Maker,attached to Mill RoadHospital and also had a Sweets and Tobacconist shop in or near Soho Street,Islington,proba bly around the early 1900s.
The family, who were third class passengers, were emigrating to Wichita, Kansas, where her dad had hoped to open a tobacconist shop.
I spoke with a tobacconist in Frome, Somerset, in July.
The robbery took place at A Sacco confectionery and tobacconist shop in Front Street, Concord, Washington, between 4.30pm and 5pm on Tuesday as owner Carl Sacco, 48, was closing.
The 18yearold, of Deere Road, Ely, was followed into a tobacconist in Cardiff city centre by a policeman on June 4.
The pair were snapped by an alert tobacconist who grew suspicious of them as they lurked outside his shop.
The woman told police she had left a bar to find a tobacconist and that she may have been watched and followed by her attacker.
Kenilworth News is a traditional newsagent and tobacconist and sells a range of products including magazines, newspapers, confectionery and soft drinks.