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cancer stick

n
(Recreational Drugs) a slang name for cigarette
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The world's second biggest cancer stick firm, which owns the plant in partnership with the Burmese junta, made a pre-tax profit of more than pounds 2billion last year.
Apart from dippy Dot's obviously disgusting habit of sucking on a cancer stick 24 hours a day, you also take exception to her voice.
Cigarettes are much cheaper here, too, and the huge annual increase in tobacco tax back in Old Blighty has convinced me that it's time for somebody to speak up in favour of the relaxing cancer stick.
Once the epitome of cool, it seems sucking on a cancer stick is now the surest way to go from fab to hag.
They will only realise how exhilarating it feels to break the chain when they stub out that last, filthy cancer stick.
From the observation of the Malay Mail team, the crowd seemed to have obeyed the organiser's request with a lot of crushed cigarette butts lying around and not a single lit 'cancer stick' in sight.
This happened during the Second World War when match boxes were scarce, a habit that persists till today of a bit of rope outside the cigarette shop with which smoker lights his king size, menthol tipped or filter cancer stick.
The main recommendations are that exercise is part of standard practice in cancer care and is viewed as adjunct therapy, that all members of the multidisciplinary team promote physical activity and recommend that those with cancer stick to exercise guidelines, and that best practice care includes referral to an accredited exercise physiologist or physiotherapist with experience of cancer care.
Unless the smoker himself or herself decides to quit, not much can be done to get him or her off the 'cancer stick'.
The Ministry of Health has advised people in the Kingdom that Ramadan is the best time to give up the cancer stick, as cigarettes are referred to.
There is hardly a frame where one or all three are not seen puffing away at the cancer stick. Perhaps, this is a sign of those relatively innocent times when youngsters smoked because they thought they looked cool doing so.
The decision to quit smoking, and then sticking to it, he writes, is simply about " mastering your thoughts" that helps " build an inner discipline" to keep you off the cancer stick even if everyone around you is smoking.

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