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cigarette

Tobacco A cylinder of cut blonde or black tobacco ensheathed in a tube of usually white paper, often with a filter to ↓ inhaled tars, which is lighted and inhaled at the lips to achieve a pleasurable level of nicotine. See Clove cigarette, Fetal tobacco syndrome, Fire-safe cigarette, Low-tar cigarette, Passive smoking, Safe cigarette, Smokeless cigarette, smoking, Tobacco.
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But these things are killing people on a daily basis and all the Government can do is to watch the tax revenue from these cancer sticks grow and grow.
News is filtering through to people that cigarettes kill you, which means Don can no longer push Lucky Strike as a 'safer' brand, and desperately needs a newidea to sell his cancer sticks.
We never have been, and never will be, addicted to those cancer sticks.
It's just that I think by this stage we all know the dangers that these cancer sticks cause.
Anything the hard Right dislikes, including plain cigarette packs to stop the use of glitzy boxes to sell cancer sticks, is binned.
Hypocritical Demi, on the other hand, ignored Ashton's pleas to quit her `social' smoking habit, insisting she would bin the cancer sticks when she was ready.
The control freaks running Westminster think this is a great idea, and may try to put, say, an anti-smoking message into an EastEnders script when Dot Cotton gets her cancer sticks out.
So if you are young, and particularly if you are female, tell the rich pedlars exactly what to do with their cancer sticks.
The multi-millionaire, who once admitted he started smoking at the age of EIGHT, has previously gushed about cancer sticks.
In fact, I was so startled I had to pop out for another pack of cancer sticks to help me cope.
The tobacco industry got away with selling cancer sticks for years, so why shouldn't the farmers be allowed to carry on selling beef on the bone, beef off the bone, beef off the spleen, beef off the abbatoir floor.
On the face of it, substantially raising the cost of cancer sticks sounds like a perfectly reasonable attempt to encourage smokers to quit.

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