smoke ring


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rengassavurengas

smoke ring

n to blow smoke ringsfare anelli di fumo
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
References in classic literature ?
I even manage to put a little aside and to send something to my father," he went on, emitting a smoke ring.
This "half smoke ring," as Hughes described it, was a dual eddy, which is also called a modon.
However, organisers of The Yorkshire Wartime Experience, a two-day wartime re-enactment event, dispelled all debate by admitting that the smoke ring had been created by pyrotechnics experts creating mock explosions on the battlefield.
blown through a smoke ring you sliced my ear off and sighed hard
"I loved the little signature smoke ring they left."
Peake's longer peregrine poems, like "The Last Train from Siena to Florence," or his sequences, especially the excellent "Smoke Ring," exemplify and even embody a desire to "touch everything he sees," including "the dark matter stirring beneath the surface."
BRICKS BBQ owner Mark Gabrick sells out of his signature brisket every weekend at the downtown Sarasota farmer's market, and there's a reason why: A crispy, perfectly seasoned crust gives way to a pink smoke ring (crucial to good barbecue, say our judges) and meat that's so tender it melts in your mouth like butter.
"I needed a block smoke ring skillet," Wafford said.
Use 125x or more, and it will begin to show as a phosphorescent smoke ring.
He pinched the tobacco between thumb and index finger and packed it gently into Taor's head, tapping it down with a silver tamper, then struck a match and, cupping it with his hand over the pipe as if expecting a storm in his study, he breathed deeply and released the first, perfectly round, smoke ring with a sigh of pleasure.