narghile


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narghile

(nar'gi-le) [Fr. narguilé, fr Persian (Farsi) nargila, pipe (for smoking, made of coconut shell)] Water pipe.
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Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, "tar", and nicotine in the mainstream smoke aerosol of the narghile water pipe.
Beliefs and attitudes related to narghile (waterpipe) smoking among university students in Syria.
A lot of French journalists are shit," Wady, the sculptor, observed one afternoon as we shared a narghile filled with apple-flavored tobacco.
The Guide's authors had an eye for the exotic, and so they note that "although the fez h as given way to the snap-brim, and the narghile has been abandoned for cigarettes, the coffee houses and the tobacco and confectionery shops of the Levantines still remain.
Water-pipes (hookah, narghile, shisha, goza, hubble bubble and in South Africa hubbly-bubbly) have been used to smoke tobacco for more than 400 years.
On a Thursday evening last summer, a smartly dressed crowd, most of them students, smoked apple-scented narghiles, or water pipes, their eyes glued to Syrian soap operas playing on big screens or make your way over to Saahat al-Hatab, the main square of Al-Jdeida and maybe the most pleasant section of town.