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Havana

a dark chocolate-colored meat and fur rabbit weighing about 6 lb.
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First, the beginnings of the Puerto Rican factory system formed part of the transfer of Cuban cigar making to other countries as manufacturers attempted to participate in the bonanza of the Havana cigar by imitating its production.
Simultaneously, I felt on my neck a cloud of the unmistakable smoke of a Havana cigar, while a warm hand was lodged on my shoulder and I was notified by a familiarly cheerful and high-pitched voice: "Didn't I tell you that it wouldn't take long for your slippery partner Pucho to show up with his trombone where and when you least expected it?
So ushed with the triumph was I that I lit up a Havana cigar inside the Capitol, breaking both the blockade and the no smoking rules.
But I must confess it's not a brand of Havana cigar that I am familiar with.
As he was writing the cheque in the Rolls and smoking a Havana cigar, the chauffeur opened the door.
We had a drink and a chat after the game and he was puffing on a big Havana cigar.
But we're not supposed to feed the Cuban coffers - so stop all that online Havana cigar ordering before there's a knock at your door - and U.
THERE'S no smoke without fire, as Sir Winston Churchill once said after an unfortunate bedroom incident with three large brandies, a gigantic Havana cigar and a duvet cover that failed to conform to European safety standards.
While the leaders waited to greet the press Wilson smoked an extravagant Havana cigar, which was quickly exchanged for a more 'man of the people' pipe as he went into the next room to meet the cameras.
A fuller-length shot would reveal me in smoking jacket clutching a balloon glass of the finest Cognac in one hand and a thick Havana cigar in the other.
The Cuban threw a fine Havana cigar out the window.
1 -- 5 -- color) Clockwise from top, decorative street lighting and Victorian architecture in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter recall the turn of the 20th century; a pelican statue holds forth in front of the Westin hotel; sidewalk dining is commonplace in this district, enjoyed at Blue Point Coastal Cuisine by Patti Bartin, left, and Kate Magon; Eddie De Jesus rolls his own at the Gran Havana cigar factory; the Horton Grand Hotel is a stately presence at the south end of the quarter.