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roll-up

(rŏl′ŭp′)
n.
See wrap.

roll-up

The process for orderly dismantling of facilities no longer required in support of operations and available for transfer to other areas.
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Georgia at 10-11 are worth a bet to take-care of Moldova and Ukraine will also go into a load of roll-ups at 1-3 to defeat Finland.
com)-- Glam Roll-Ups is a new cosmetic company which is rolling into the cosmetic accessory market with a fresh twist on an otherwise sea of boring generic cosmetic bags.
Homemade Fruit Roll-Ups Making your own fruit snacks is easier than you think.
A Character GEORGE could not quietly pass away As George always had something to say A colourful character I must admit Yes a man of opinions he took no shit A hard-working, generous man But a pipefitter's life seldom works to plan He loved his roll-ups and adored brown ale But never if ever looked healthy or hale George could be friendly but at times abrupt Depending on how much brown ale he had supped He loved to argue and debate Friend or foe he could berate George never mentioned his home or wife Brown ale was the love of George's life Dressed in denim for his big day George never ever dressed any other way.
A number of the town's businesses could face prosecution after 5,000 cigarettes and enough hand rolling tobacco for 1,600 roll-ups were confiscated.
The campaign also tackles the common misconception around handrolled tobacco, or roll-ups, that they are less harmful than manufactured cigarettes when they are at least as hazardous - worrying as the use of roll-ups has risen significantly.
SMOKERS on Teesside are being urged to quit and are being warned that roll-ups are just as deadly.
In addition, they say, half of smokers (49%) who only smoke roll-ups wrongly believe they are less harmful than manufactured cigarettes when in fact they are at least as hazardous as any other type of cigarette.
Roll-ups have doubled in popularity in the North East in the past five years with 30% of smokers - around 153,000 people - using them.
The roll-ups are so huge that the singer even holds up two flaming lighters to fire them up.
At least with roll-ups you can keep tabs on what you put in, so I don't have to have a big fat cigarette every time.