• a cigarette butt [((英))end]
  • タバコの吸いさし(((英略式))fag end
  • a cigarette case
  • シガレットケース
  • cigarette holder
  • 巻きタバコ用パイプ
  • light a cigarette
  • タバコに火をつける
  • smoke cigarettes
  • タバコを吸う
  • A heavy smoker most of her adult life who nevertheless never allowed herself to be seen with a cigarette in public, she eventually endured bouts of oral cancer, emphysema, and ultimately lung cancer, with which she was diagnosed in December 1992 while hospitalized with respiratory problems.
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  • An advocate for small businesses and agricultural interests, Cooper opposed an April 1965 bill that expanded the powers of the Federal Trade Commission to regulate cigarette advertising.
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  • An onsite commissary was available to sell items such as bananas, eggs, coffee, notebooks, and cigarettes.
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  • At his desk, he would wear a Japanese ceremonial kimono, cool himself with an oriental fan, and smoke cigarettes in a jeweled cigarette holder.
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  • At the moment of the crash, two soldiers, Gunners William Barton and Roger Bowe, both of Newfoundland, were buying cigarettes at the newsstand aboard the train.
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  • Australia has the highest rates of skin cancer in the world, while cigarette smoking is the largest preventable cause of death and disease, responsible for 7.8 per cent of the total mortality and disease.
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  • Carl Tuggle, one of the 208, said in 1998 that a group of prisoners including himself were assigned menial tasks such as cleaning latrines and picking up cigarette butts at a series of Pacific islands.
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  • During the first night of captivity, the North Koreans gave the American prisoners water, fruit, and cigarettes.
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  • During this period he began smoking in school; when caught, he was punished by being forced to smoke eight cigarettes at once, in front of the assembled pupils.
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  • Edward usually smoked twenty cigarettes and twelve cigars a day.
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  • Environmental factors such as inhaling toxic fumes and cigarette smoking are not believed to play a role in DPB, and unknown environmental and other non-genetic causes—such as unidentified bacteria or viruses—have not been ruled out.
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  • Ford got tobacco exempted from the Consumer Product Safety Act and was a consistent opponent of cigarette tax increases.
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  • Forensic scientist David Woolley believed the cause of the fire was from a discarded cigarette or match, which had dropped through gaps between the seating to a void below the stand where rubbish had built up.
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  • Going in, he discovers a bottle of whiskey, several cigarette butts, and a telegram from the government.
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  • Hanada snipes the first from behind a billboard's animatronic cigarette lighter, shoots the second from a basement up through a pipe drain when the latter leans over the sink and, ordered to finish quickly, blasts his way into the third's office and escapes on an advertising balloon.
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  • He lit a cigarette and ordered a bourbon and soda.
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  • He then worked as a promotions representative for Nestlé and, later, the cigarette manufacturer WD & HO Wills.
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  • Her forthright manner, clipped vocal style and ubiquitous cigarette contributed to a public persona which has often been imitated and satirized.
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  • In 1899, a second stand was added along part of the Gordon Road side of the ground, reportedly built by off-duty dock workers in exchange for beer and cigarettes.
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  • In 1992, Gretzky and McNall partnered in an investment to buy a rare Honus Wagner T206 cigarette card for $451,000 US, later selling the card.
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  • In another standard performance segment, he placed eight or more lit cigarettes in his mouth but instead of inhaling, he swallowed the smoke and, after a significant time had passed, issued it forth in a steady stream like an erupting volcano.
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  • In summer 1973 he took a job on an Esso tanker, returning to their flat in Kenley a few months later by which time Sandra was employed by a cigarette company in Croydon.
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