navy cut

navy cut

n
tobacco finely cut from a block
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There are countless other novelties, some like Players Navy Cut tins (PS80-PS120) and a Peak Frean Coconut Shies game tin, pictured above, (PS225-PS325) still with their original contents.
The discovery included fragments of a November 27, 1889, edition of the Evening Standard and empty packs of Woodbine, Player's Navy Cut and Piccadilly cigarettes.
If we had a Corona pop bottle to return to the cafe, my reward for fetching Dad's Player's Navy Cut was to spend the deposit due on the bottle on whatever I wanted.
5A Fifth Avenue Milan navy cut table lamp, PS55, Dunelm (dunelm.
The scheduling problems compounded during the early to mid-2000s after the Navy cut back on ship maintenance, Daly said.
Navy cut its deficit to 52-41 with 9:20 left, but an Alexander 3-pointer just under three minutes later pushed it back to 63-46.
As a rider Ronaldson won one of the Galway festival's main events in 1966 when partnering Many Mansions to victory for Mick Connolly in what was then known as the Players Navy Cut Amateur Handicap.
The shop is especially tempting with its window adverts for Cadbury's chocolate and Players' Navy Cut ciggies.
THE Royal Navy cut short an immense war game exercise to save PS2.
The most popular brands of the day were Capstan Full Strength, Players Navy Cut and Craven A, which always had a black cat on the packet.
From its manufacturing units at Bangalore, Munger, Saharanpur and Kolkata, ITC makes cigarette brands such Insignia, India Kings, Classic, Gold Flake, Silk Cut, Navy Cut, Scissors, Capstan, Berkeley, Bristol and Flake.
When I removed it a small number of items fell out, including a five franc note, hand dated June 6 1944, and a packet of Navy Cut cigarettes.
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