ciggie


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ciggie

, ciggy
n (inf)Glimmstängel m (inf), → Kippe f (inf)
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After four weeks, 39% of those who had gradually cut down before giving up hadn't had a ciggie compared to 49% of the group who'd stopped all in one go.
I'm deeply troubled by this; apart from the fact I have no idea what they contain surely puffing on a pseudo ciggie is just a precursor to the real thing?
Warne, who was famous for his love of beer and ciggie before he met his former fiance Liz Hurley, has been criticised for his lean figure in the past as well.
Sorry, but I've got to go and roll a ciggie now I've got it off my chest.
I don't think I've let down my fans, But I do get a little stressed at times and a ciggie helps me calm down.
Tina's husband, Paul Malone, will play Rita's friend Sam in the production, directed by Sylvie Gatrill (The Salon and The Ciggie Run).
A LATE night ciggie nearly cost an elderly woman her life when she fell asleep while smoking in bed.
COUNCIL staff are to use hidden headcams to catch people having a sneaky ciggie in no-smoking zones.
Sipping a beer and puffing a ciggie at a table with her husband, Chris Robinson, Hudson looked forward to shooting another Universal film, ``You, Me and Dupree,'' with Matt Dillon as her new hubby and Owen Wilson as his friend that moves in with them.
Then I breathed in, spluttered and saw one of the old-shop regulars puffing away merrily in a spreading pall of ciggie smoke, in full view of the seemingly indifferent staff.
Curtis is dressed for the part of a B-girl as Barbara Stanwyck might have played her--blond pageboy wig, dangling ciggie, martini in hand--but the poem is written in the third person.
ENJOYING a quick ciggie during break time has always been one of the easiest ways for teachers to calm their nerves after being subjected to the worst that 3B could throw at them (eg compasses).