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In his shrunken colony, Paul meets Dusan (a delightful Christoph Waltz), a simpering playboy who makes his money on the black market, buying one Cuban cigar and divvying them up into a thousand little replicants for his small friends.
Under the publicist’s tutelage Roy—who owns a castle in Ireland— came off in the press as a populist hero, while Gold—a cigar-chomping provocateur— seemed the voice of reason and calm.
The Titanic was stocked with 20,000 bottles of beer and stout, 1,500 bottles of wine and 8,000 cigars for use by first-class passengers.
Bottling operations began March 3, 1903, in the back room of a cigar and candy store in the Spartan Inn building downtown.
Curmudgeonly, grumpy, drinking whiskey, and chomping on a cigar and moping around with a black dog.
Schwarzenegger plays his cigar-chomping gunman Trench once again, this time revealing himself to be romantically involved with Jet Li's Yin Yang.
Declassified files are never going to be a point of pride for America, whose vast catalog of twentieth century interventionism ranges from manufactured coups to exploding cigars.
Firing up the cigars has become a rite of passage for the Crimson Tide on the third Saturday in October.
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