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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Factors related to frequency of narghile (water-pipe) use: the first insights on tobacco dependence in narghile users.
Factors related to frequen- cy of narghile (waterpipe) use: the first insights on tobacco dependence in narghile users.
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.
ABOVE: in their spare time, many Syrian men relax in coffee houses, savouring the fragrant and heady tobacco known as narghile.
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.
He gestured at the hubbub of backgammon players, tea sippers, and narghile puffers hunched on wooden benches.
Sheesha smoking (using a waterpipe narghile or hookah) is a social and entertainment behavior of increasing popularity especially among adolescents5.
It is also known as water pipe, galiyan or narghile which consists of a hose or a mouthpiece connected to a base filled with water, another pipe with a bowl on top also fits into the base.
2 Water pipe smoking commonly known as shisha, narghile, hookah, hubble bubble in different countries and cultures, is a form of tobacco intake in which the smoke passes through water before inhalation.
Carbon monoxide poisoning associated with narghile use.