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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I want you to take notice," he added to the others, as he gently touched the live-end of his fresh cigar to the area of dark skin above and between the steward's eyes.
said Charlie, while Rose slipped away to her aunt, and Archie buried both cigars behind the back log.
I wish Rose would drive a bargain with Will and Geordie also, for I think these books are as bad for the small boys as cigars for the large ones," said Mrs.
Tom took his cigar out of his mouth, to shut up his eye (which had grown rather unmanageable) with the greater expression, and to tap his nose several times with his finger.
The other hand held the cigar which he was smoking.
But Van Horn, with Jerry panting under his hand, placidly and philosophically continued to smoke, lighting a fresh cigar when the first gave out.
The cigar was snatched away exactly as you describe, and the poodle was chucked out of the window after it.
The Inspector looked thoughtfully at the end of the fresh cigar which he had just lit.
His friend made no direct reply, but observed, after a few whiffs of his cigar, 'Don't mistake the situation.
Father Brown let fall the ash of his cigar and went on:
The writer had cigars lying about and the car- penter smoked.
I do not consider that the cigars and whisky he consumed at my expense (he always refused cocktails, since he was practically a teetotaller), and the few dollars, borrowed with a civil air of conferring a favour upon me, that passed from my pocket to his, were in any way equivalent to the entertainment he afforded me.