Cigar


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Cigar smoking is linked to cancers of the oral cavity (lip, tongue, mouth, throat), oesophagus, larynx, lung, and possibly pancreas
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He no more expects to be famous for thinking than for smoking cigars.
light blue' seizes my cigar from between my fingers, and, wheugh
Trent lit a fresh cigar and smiled; things would surely come right with him - they must.
Try one of these," he added, producing a cigar case.
Five score of head-hunting cannibals on the fringe of the jungle, fifteen Su'u return blacks in the boat, seven black boat's crew, and a solitary white man with a cigar in his mouth, a rifle at his hip, and an Irish terrier bristling against his bare calf, kept the solemn pact of those ten seconds, and no one of them knew or guessed what the outcome would be.
Daughtry," Walter Merritt Emory went on enthusiastically, while he held the steward's eyes with his and while all the time the live end of the cigar continued to rest against Kwaque's finger, "the older I get the more convinced I am that there are too many ill-advised and hasty operations.
The French proprietor joined his English friend, with his cigar already lit.
As Rose bent to warm her hands, one end of Archie's cigar stuck out of the ashes, smoking furiously and smelling strongly.
Have a cigar," said Holmes; "and you had best take a pull out of my flask, for you are very wet.
Atkinson was leaning against a tree with a listless face; Quinton's wife was still at her window; the doctor had gone strolling round the end of the conservatory; they could see his cigar like a will-o'-the-wisp; and the fakir still sat rigid and yet rocking, while the trees above him began to rock and almost to roar.
In a cigar store he saw a well-dressed man lighting a cigar at a swinging light.
Leith Clay-Randolph threw his glamour over her for fifteen long minutes, whilst I brooded with my cigar, and then she fluttered back with vague words and the suggestion of a cast-off suit I would never miss.