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chewing tobacco

A form of smokeless tobacco sold as a shredded product, in contrast to dipping tobacco in which the tobacco leaves are ground.

Health effects
Oral cancer; often disfiguring due to heroic surgery.


Chewing tobacco. See Smokeless tobacco.
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Physics teacher at Safeer School, Fekry Moghram, told the Yemen Times that students who chew qat have a low level grade indicating that all top students are non-qat chewers.
SCOURGE of the streets - gum now has a place to go in a Warwickshire town once chewers have finished with it.
In the UK there are 28m gum chewers and the market is growing rapidly.
Council chiefs launched the blitz three weeks ago telling chewers where to stick their gum in a bid to keep the High Street free of the sticky mess.
The gum chewers performed 35 per cent better than the other two groups, mainly because the heartbeat of the gum chewers increased by an average of threeto four beats per minute.
She said the introduction of Airwaves Honey and Lemon had brought new chewers into the market and that blackcurrant would do the same.
All is well so long as the builders and chewers work at the same rate.
The help you gave ``Golden West'' gave me hope that there might be help for us cheek chewers, too.
Doctors said that he probably got that cancer because of qat chewing and I advise all chewers to stop practicing this bad habit to keep their lives.
Extra chewers enjoy variety and this brand offers a wealth of flavors that provide long-lasting chewing enjoyment," said Paul Chibe, Vice President of U.
SCOURGE of the streets - chewing gum - now has a place to go in Atherstone once chewers have finished with it.
A combination of advertising and get-tough measures will be used to deter chewers from dropping their gum.