Recent Examples of cigarette from the Web
In a world where cigarettes were minimally or nonaddictive, the reduction in those overall costs would be enormous.
Some are trained to smoke cigarettes and guzzle beer.
Following successful lawsuits against cigarette manufacturers, courts are putting new stress on the fact that energy firms have long known about the harm caused by carbon emissions but have done nothing about it.
But perhaps her most interesting collection of all is her cigarette cases.
Unlike cigarettes, smokeless tobacco does not cause lung cancer, heart and circulatory diseases, or emphysema.
In addition, Klarides said that the package includes an increase of 45 cents per pack in the cigarette tax to $4.35 per pack.
Letting him share a drag on an afternoon cigarette is about as close as Caroline gets to the boy.
The move comes after a report from the country’s Department of Marine and Coastal Resources found cigarettes to be a major cause of pollution in the sand.
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Origin and Etymology of cigarette
First Known Use: 1832See Words from the same year
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