corncob pipe


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corncob pipe

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A pipe with a bowl made of a dried hollowed corncob.

corncob pipe

n
(Recreational Drugs) a pipe made from a dried corncob
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This isn't Snuffy Smith puffing on a corncob pipe making a little whiskey for his friends.
He doesn't even take the corncob pipe from his mouth when he kisses the bride.
One might ask about Douglas MacArthur with his 50-mission cap, sunglasses, corncob pipe, penchant for public relations, and eventual insubordination; George Patton with pearl-handled revolvers running his tanks until out of fuel and slapping a soldier he thought was a coward; or Mark Clark's unnecessary decimation of historic Monte Cassino.
Here, he had two choices: a "cigarette" constructed from dried corn silk rolled in newspaper, or a charge of ripe burdock seed tamped into a corncob pipe.
Potato Head has done his part to raise social awareness, like giving up his corncob pipe to send an anti-smoking message to kids, and "stumping" for the League of Women Voters to get out the vote.
All that was needed to complete the picture was a corncob pipe and tattooed anchors on Mr.
Natynczyk claims this is in reference to his love for sailing, but one insider said it is derived from the general's uncanny resemblance to the cartoon sailor man (and a drunken youthful incident involving a corncob pipe and a can of spinach
The kit includes a corncob pipe, eyes, a bow tie (or red feather boa for a snow woman), wire-rimmed glasses, a hat, eyes and buttons for $90.
Joe remembers his mother smoking a corncob pipe while he punched a bag of cotton with fists wrapped in her discarded bras.
Film footage shows MacArthur with his tan forage cap with the ornate clutter of laurels on its peak, the sunglasses, and the trademark corncob pipe shot at 15,000 feet just south of the Yula River.
LEOMINSTER -- The scene is simple: two chairs and a table, a baguette in a country basket, a bottle of peasant wine, two glasses and a corncob pipe in a cafe in Auvers, France.