chewing tobacco


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chew′ing tobac`co


n.
tobacco in the form of a plug, usu. flavored, for chewing rather than smoking.
[1780–90, Amer.]
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legs]; for there was a big sea running; and Tootles, the bo'sun, was among them, with a rope's end in his hand and chewing tobacco.
Some talked of gray, bewhiskered hordes who were advancing with relentless curses and chewing tobacco with unspeakable valor; tremendous bodies of fierce soldiery who were sweeping along like the Huns.
And the flap has been gummed, if I am not very much in error, by a person who had been chewing tobacco.
19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- With smoking bans and modern health awareness, tobacco alternatives such as nicotine tablets, chewing tobacco, nicotine gum, smokeless tobacco, flue-cured tobacco and electronic cigarettes have all into being.
Manama: Nearly 450 kilos of chewing tobacco worth thousands of dinars have been seized during a major crackdown on banned products.
Muscat: Sale of chewing tobacco in all its forms and brands is strictly prohibited in Oman, the Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP) has reiterated.
No matter how long you have been smoking or chewing tobacco, your health will start to improve when you quit.
On Monday, the Gardner Board of Health voted new cigar regulations designed to ensure cheap cigars are not sold individually, but Health Agent Bernard Sullivan said the board may be limited in how it addresses the health problems caused by snuff, chewing tobacco and other smokeless products.
They discovered rolling tobacco hidden behind a false wall, banned chewing tobacco and hundreds of illegal cigarettes were buried at the bottom of innocent looking food boxes, and even under meat stored in a butcher's counter.
Banned chewing tobacco imported from Bangladesh and hundreds of illegal cigarettes were also found buried at the bottom of innocent looking food boxes and under meat stored in a butcher's counter.
According to the study led by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) researchers, the most feminine teenage girls use tanning beds more frequently and are more likely to be physically inactive, while the most masculine teenage boys are more likely to use chewing tobacco and to smoke cigars, compared with their gender-nonconforming peers.
8232;Maktoum said inspectors recently seized a large amount of pn, a kind of chewing tobacco, at a local grocery.