ciggie


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ciggie

, ciggy
n (inf)Glimmstängel m (inf), → Kippe f (inf)
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Just go to the East or West End and you have an array of soft drink plastic bottles, beer cans, soft drink cans, cardboard boxes, fast food cartons, ciggie boxes and ciggie ends.
EASTENDERS legend June Brown shows despite being 91 she's still got some puff left - as she enjoys a ciggie just like her chain-smoking character.
Just go to the East or West End of Newcastle and you have an array of soft drink plastic bottles, beer cans, soft drink cans, cardboard boxes, fast food cartons, ciggie boxes and ciggie ends.
Margaret Moran said: "Imagine coming outside for a ciggie, might have been sitting with a gravely ill loved one, or might have just been told some bad news - throw a ciggie end away as your mind is elsewhere and next thing one of this lot is in your face wanting your details."
After four weeks, 39% of those who had gradually cut down before giving up hadn't had a ciggie compared to 49% of the group who'd stopped all in one go.
I'm deeply troubled by this; apart from the fact I have no idea what they contain surely puffing on a pseudo ciggie is just a precursor to the real thing?
Warne, who was famous for his love of beer and ciggie before he met his former fiance Liz Hurley, has been criticised for his lean figure in the past as well.
Tina's husband, Paul Malone, will play Rita's friend Sam in the production, directed by Sylvie Gatrill (The Salon and The Ciggie Run).
COUNCIL staff are to use hidden headcams to catch people having a sneaky ciggie in no-smoking zones.
Her mum loved a ciggie but my fiancee wouldn't have them in the house so her mum and I spent a lot of time huddled together, sharing a smoke in the back garden.
Then I breathed in, spluttered and saw one of the old-shop regulars puffing away merrily in a spreading pall of ciggie smoke, in full view of the seemingly indifferent staff.
Curtis is dressed for the part of a B-girl as Barbara Stanwyck might have played her--blond pageboy wig, dangling ciggie, martini in hand--but the poem is written in the third person.