nargile


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nar·ghi·le

or nar·gi·le also nar·gi·leh  (när′gə-lē′)
n.
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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Citizens' appeals from Goychay were addressed to the Nargile folklore group, helping to purchase national costumes, and supplying district libraries with scientific literature.
In one of the shops, almost six kilos of nargile tobacco for which tax had not been paid was also uncovered located, as well as 88 Bluetooth devices that do not bear the CE markingto indicate that they conform with Europeanstandards.
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Many restaurants provide nargile, or "hookas," inside, and this is an attraction to Lebanese and tourists.
50 Richard Dawson and Asiq Nargile The Kazimier, 4-5, Wolstenholme Square, 0151 324 1723, - Wed, Sep 16 Denis Kozhukhin St George's Hall Concert Room, St George's Place, Liverpool, 0151 709 3789, -Wed, Sep 16, PS25 Glory Days Cavern Club, Mathew Street, Liverpol, 0151 236 9091, -Wed, Sep 16, PS10 Rainhill Monthly Jazz nights Rainhill Ex-Services Club, Warrington Road, 0151 426 4625, Last Wednesdays of the month - Wed, Dec 30, PS3.
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