Turkish tobacco


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Turkish tobacco

n
(Plants) a fragrant dark tobacco cultivated in E Europe, esp Turkey and Greece
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Noun1.Turkish tobacco - a dark aromatic tobacco of eastern Europe that is used in cigarettesTurkish tobacco - a dark aromatic tobacco of eastern Europe that is used in cigarettes
baccy, tobacco - leaves of the tobacco plant dried and prepared for smoking or ingestion
latakia - aromatic Turkish tobacco
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Pierrot Lunaire, the lunatic in the black coat, locked in a libretto, carries moonlight like a lamb on his back, spins all he wants against the cello, against madness, whistling as he stops a moonbeam with a chair, adds tea to the Turkish tobacco scene, adds milk, throws a tantrum onstage against white gloves and lipstick, stirs in wild honey, flips the moon to its mystic side.
When I was growing up I remember reading the small print on my dad's pack of cigarettes and seeing the words "a blend of Turkish tobacco" and admiring the camel design which made the packaging more exotic and appealing.
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THE VALUE of the Turkish tobacco market is projected to increase by 8% in 2009, up from Turkish Lira (TL)18.596 billion (Euro 8.4 billion) in 2008 to TL 20.160 billion (Euro 9.1 billion) on the back of industry price increases and a rise in excise tax in June, according to British American Tobacco (BAT).
A mix of Balkan and Turkish tobacco with three gold bands on the butt.
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Both enjoyed a drink and a smoke through the years - they were fond of Turkish tobacco.
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