cigarette paper


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cigarette paper

n
(Recreational Drugs) a piece of thin paper rolled around tobacco to form a cigarette
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Noun1.cigarette paper - a strong tissue paper that burns evenly and is sufficiently porous to control the burning of the tobacco in a cigarettecigarette paper - a strong tissue paper that burns evenly and is sufficiently porous to control the burning of the tobacco in a cigarette
tissue paper, tissue - a soft thin (usually translucent) paper
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cigarette paper

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He shared breakfast with Skipper, who, instead of eating, washed down with a cup of coffee fifty grains of quinine wrapped in a cigarette paper, and who complained to the mate that he would have to get under the blankets and sweat out the fever that was attacking him.
Only the number 32 and the name of Brett Street were written in marking ink on a piece of calico slightly larger than an ordinary cigarette paper. He was genuinely surprised.
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As one can barely slip a cigarette paper between waiting on a bus stop and waiting at a bus stop you can appreciate my concern.
Business Secretary Vince Cable prefers regional hubs to handle these strategic areas and Mr Pickles knows there are differences, but insisted: "There is not a cigarette paper between Vince and myself."
The model was pictured in silver high-heels, skimpy shorts, and sitting with her legs crossed next to the slogan: "OCB X-PERT: Europe's Premium Cigarette Paper." But the risque image prompted a complaint against the cigarette company to the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA), which agreed it was irresponsible and associated glamour with smoking tobacco.
The beanpole jockey was on his way to India within hours of landing Lingfield's Winter Derby on Scintillo who edged out Premio Loco by the width of a cigarette paper.
They knew that I was ear-wigging at just 12 years of age - I am now in my 60s - and one of them said, holding a cigarette paper: ``These are lifesavers.
I don't think you can put a cigarette paper between the prospects of Norwich, Palace, West Brom and Saints, and I'm sure it will go down to the wire.
Approximately US$ 15 million of capital spending will be incurred by the end of 2004 to upgrade cigarette paper manufacturing capabilities in Schweitzer-Mauduit's operations primarily in Brazil.
Barely the width of a cigarette paper can separate the high-class duo of Midday and Sariska, who are sure to have droves of supporters on the Knavesmire.