Recent Examples of cigarette from the Web
The arriving officer talked to the employee, who said the man was asking for cigarettes and money.
The City Council agreed to amend its tobacco ordinance to reflect the higher fine and educational alternative for anyone under 18 using or possessing cigarettes or vaping devices.
Abdelmajid pleaded guilty in April to interstate transportation in aid of racketeering enterprises, conspiracy to traffic in contraband cigarettes and conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute at least 1 kilogram of heroin.
With the boom came a spiraling health crisis, as Indians spent more of their discretionary income on junk food, alcohol, cigarettes, and other harmful indulgences.
The suspect left with two large white trash bags containing cigarettes and cash.
Takamoto writes Ronin Surei Tatei to relax after killing a villian through Sutaffu cigarettes or a cold beer.
In explaining his plan, Trump invoked a lesson from his older brother, Fred Trump Jr., who suffered from alcoholism and always told Trump, who famously doesn’t drink, not to touch alcohol, cigarettes, or drugs.
Convenience store lobbyists, meanwhile, have tried to juggle a variety of issues, the cigarette and gas tax proposals being in the forefront during the last session.
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Origin and Etymology of cigarette
First Known Use: 1832See Words from the same year
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