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or nar·gi·le also nar·gi·leh  (när′gə-lē′)
See hookah.

[French narghilé, obsolete variant of narguilé, from Persian nārgīleh, from nārgīl, coconut (from which the receptacle was made), from Sanskrit nārikelaḥ, nālikeraḥ.]
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In the vehicle they found 89 kilos of Nargile tobacco, 20 packs of cigarettes and e1/42,135 in cash, all of which were seized.
Bati Karadeniz lokalitelerinde (Sinop ve daha batisindaki balikci yerlesimleri) daha cok dalarak avlanma (nargile sistemi) yaygindir.
Alcohol drinking, current cigarette or hubble-bubble (water pipes, shisha, nargile, and hookah have similar structures in which the smoke passes through water, causing a bubbling sound) smoking, and physical activity status were assessed by frequency questionnaire.
The economy of Aberdeen may be struggling, sadly, but the quality of its dining scene remains buoyant with Number One scoring as highly as another Granite City knockout, Rendezvous at Nargile.
Many restaurants provide nargile, or "hookas," inside, and this is an attraction to Lebanese and tourists.
The festival has been known to forge some interesting music ideas too, with Newcastle musician Richard Dawson meeting Asiq Nargile from South Georgia at last year's Tusk festival and going on to meld their different music styles on a tour.
i) smoke cigars; ii) smoke cigarellos; iii) smoke a pipe; iv) use bidis (a tobacco product from India); v) use chewing tobacco; vi) use snuff; vii) use waterpipe (hubble bubble, nargile, shisha); viii) drink 5 or more alcoholic beverages on one occasion (i.e., binge drinking); ix) use marijuana, cannabis, hashish; x) use cocaine; xi) use speed (amphetamines); xii) use ecstasy (MDMA) or other similar drugs; xiii) use hallucinogens (PCP, LSD (acid), mushrooms); xiv) use inhalants (glue, gasoline); xv) use heroin (smack, junk); and xvi) use another illicit drug (use of illicit drugs)?".
The programme nestled Georgian bard Asiq Nargile's Azerbaijani folk ballads between electronic act Jahiliyya Fields and Japanese noiseniks Hijokaidan.
In terms of tobacco consumption, cigarettes are most widely consumed in Turkey, followed by nargile and cigars.