dog-end

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dog-end

n
(Recreational Drugs) an informal name for cigarette end
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dog-end

[ˈdɒgend] Ncolilla f, toba f
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The beaches in the Polis/Latchi area are equally a disgrace, whilst the girls who rent out the sunbeds do a good job cleaning up the larger items of litter they can do nothing about the thousands of dog-ends that impregnate every beach.
I can see no objection to including all-weather wins within those parameters, but this 'initiative' drops a pair of unsightly dog-ends upon the turf season and smacks of change for change's sake.
Computers hummed on the table, where once philosophical tramps, warmed by cups of tea, which appeared miraculously, read the papers and smoked dog-ends.
New-pot in bloom: Cannabis plants found growing in Newport Council flower pots | That's why they call it the High Street Roger Stevenson | Motorists should not throw dog-ends out of the car window ID Rogers | No doubt the police will weed them out
Researchers at the National Autonomous University of Mexico have revealed that some birds living in cities have found a use for dog-ends in their fight against parasites.
Chewing gum and dog-ends are especially disgusting, as is fast food debris.
A cigar habit which started as a teenage waiter in a fancy hotel with me nicking the dog-ends of businessmen I was serving - and ended 40 years later with the finest Havana tobacco duty-free money could buy.
They've also pushed the dog-ends I left on their lawn through our letterbox.
Smokers must "cover up their uniform" to avoid offending the public, and have been told to sweep up dog-ends and deduct smoke breaks from time sheets.
They'll chuck dog-ends on the coals and you'll end up with a Benson burger.
It brushed aside a host of city slickers to be voted among the elite and judges of Clean Britain found Godiva's fair city was a winner at banishing litter and seeing off flyposters, graffiti, dog mess and dog-ends.
A STREET corner near my house is a meeting place for kids on their way to school and the pavement is always littered with dog-ends although they are all under 16.