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hu·mi·dor

 (hyo͞o′mĭ-dôr′)
n.
A container designed for storing cigars or other tobacco products at a constant level of humidity.

[From humid (on the model of cuspidor).]

humidor

(ˈhjuːmɪˌdɔː)
n
(Furniture) a humid place or container for storing cigars, tobacco, etc

hu•mi•dor

(ˈhyu mɪˌdɔr; often ˈyu-)

n.
a container specially fitted to keep cigars or other items of tobacco moist.
[1900–05; humid + -or2]
Translations
humidori

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However, that was not to be as the Darley-bred son of Authorized, ridden for the first time by former Godolphin pilot Kerrin McEvoy, was out-run in the final furlong by Group 1 Australian Cup scorer, Humidor.
The riders appeared not to notice the flag man on the track and the race carried on, the George Baker-trained Humidor passing the post first in the hands of James Doyle, in a race worth PS25,000.
The hot item was a one-of-a-kind handcrafted humidor packed with Montecristo cigars that fetched $235,000.
HUMIDOR can end a two-year barren spell with victory in the Prestwold Conditions Stakes at Leicester.
LEICESTER: 2.20 Freemason, 2.40 Rebellious Guest, 3.20 Kantara Castle, 3.50 Nautilus, 4.20 Dorset Cream, 4.50 HUMIDOR (NAP), 5.20 Rosselli.
Humidor can end a twoyear barren spell with victory in the Prestwold Conditions Stakes at Leicester.
He's certainly been upward with HUMIDOR (3.15) this year, sending his star sprinter to race twice at Mayday meaning the Group 1 placed horse is fighting fit for today.
A humidor displays dozens of cigars, some costing $38 each, from Honduras, the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua.
1.50 Humidor; 2.20 Side Glance; 2.55 The Sydney Arms; 3.30 Spoken; 4.05 Ashbrittle; 4.40 Puzzlemaster; 5.15 Takitwo.
LEICESTER: 1.00 Orpen Arms, 1.30 Push Me, 2.00 Lady Florence, 2.30 Humidor, 3.00 Once More Dubai (nap), 3.30 Mabait, 4.00 Adventure Story, 4.30 Iron Out.
Water Pillows provide an effective moisture source when cigars are away from a desktop humidor, says Dyer, adding that they often replace such unscientific means of humidification as soaked sponges or paper towels.