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smoked and did
Instead, " did more cogitating than fisticuffing, and smoked a leisurely pipe while he did it ;" " had a frail, balding assistant ... instead of a two-fisted sidekick ;" " had a steady girlfriend ... f that wasn't enough, he even wore glasses!
A research project led by the Pro-Vice Chancellor of Sydney University, Don Nutbeam in 1999-2001, found that participants in the Rock Eisteddfod Challenge in Sydney secondary schools had higher self-esteem than the control group of schools who did not participate in the event ; that participants smoked less tobacco and marijuana and drank less alcohol than the control group.
" He was a flamboyant man who smoked big cigars, drove big black Cadillacs, and did things like buy tickets to a Broadway play for us cousins.
Fellow-immigrant major general Carl Schurz, his corps commander, described him during the battle: " He was the only soldier at Gettysburg who did not dodge when Lee's guns thundered ; he stood up, smoked his cigar and faced the cannon balls with the sang froid of a Saladin ..."
She is not seen wearing clothes made out of animals, nor smoked ( although in the episode " Smoke Detectors " she did ) and is totally sane.
While the heroine too did sing and dance, it was the vamp who wore more revealing clothes, smoked, drank and sang in bold terms of sexual desire.
However, restrictions did have an effect on adult quit rates, with its use declining to the point that by 2004, nearly half of all Americans who had ever smoked had quit.
She also locked and bolted the windows to prevent it looking like a potential murderer escaped by that method, therefore indicating that the murderer was someone in the house, but as the fireplace grate was full of smoked cigarettes, the air should not have been as fresh as it was, and Poirot deduced that the windows of the room must have been open that night, otherwise the air would have smelled smoky and the tramp could not have overheard the conversation he did.

smoked and everybody
They all sat around and drank ice water, and the men smoked, and everybody had a good time.

smoked and various
The Maya, and later the Aztecs, smoked tobacco and various psychoactive drugs in religious rituals and frequently depicted priests and deities smoking on pottery and temple engravings.
Because the various binders and inert ingredients that were contained in the pill form were toxic when smoked, this practice was roundly decried by the medical community as a serious health risk.
* Nam phrik kung siap ( น ้ ำพร ิ กก ุ้ งเส ี ยบ ) is a mixture of dried chili and smoked shrimps taken with various fresh vegetables.
Like the semi-dried meats, most salted, smoked, and simply-dried meats of various kinds that once were staples in particular regions, now are largely luxury snacks or garnishes ; examples include jerky, biltong, and varieties of pemmican, but ham and bacon for instance, still are staples in many communities.
In Serbia, meze can include cheese, kajmak ( clotted cream ), salami, smoked ham, kulen ( flavoured sausage ), various bread types, while in Bosnia and Herzegovina, meze normally includes hard and creamy cheeses, smetana sour cream, ( locally known as kajmak or pavlaka ), suho meso ( dried salted, smoked beef ), pickles and sudžuk ( dry, spicy sausage ).
The third section consists mainly of the transcription of taped conversations between Kerouac and Cassady ( and occasionally " Evelyn "— Cassady's last wife, Carolyn and various friends ) that extended over five nights as they drank and smoked marijuana.
chlebíček )-slant ways cut slice of veka ( long narrow white bread ) spread with butter and / or with various combinations of mayonnaise salads and hard boiled egg, cheese, ham, salami, smoked fish ( salmon or sprats or pickled herring ), tomato, pickled cucumber, lettuce, raw onion or other vegetable, etc.
Maultaschen ( singular ) are a Swabian ( Baden-Württemberg, Germany ) specialty food, consisting of an outer layer of pasta dough with a filling traditionally made of minced meat, smoked meat, spinach, bread crumbs and onions and flavored with various herbs and spices ( e. g. parsley and nutmeg ).
The unsuspecting Udo takes Nick to various clubs, including one at which narcotics are being smoked, and Udo reveals enough information to Nick about a murder he committed to enable the police to arrest him.
For pastrami, the raw meat is brined, partly dried, seasoned with various herbs and spices, then smoked and steamed.
Venezuela is also home to one of Latin America's largest concentrations of ethnic Chinese. The city of Valencia, Carabobo home of the major Chinese community hosts various markets devoted to Chinese culture where can be found from smoked ducks to authentic pottery.
* Sausage ( kovbasa ): various kinds of smoked or boiled pork, beef or chicken sausage.
Other popular meat dishes are kazy ( which is a horsemeat sausage that only the wealthy could afford ), shuzhuk ( horsemeat sausages ), kuyrdak ( also spelled kuirdak, a dish made from roasted horse, sheep, or cow offal, such as heart, liver, kidneys, and other organs, diced and served with onions and peppers ), and various horse delicacies, such as zhal ( smoked lard from horse's neck ) and zhaya ( salted and smoked meat from horse's hip and hind leg ).
Meats include various domestic fowl, pork, beef and rabbit, often smoked.

smoked and beverages
Meats and fish are the most common smoked foods, though cheeses, vegetables, and ingredients used to make beverages such as whisky, smoked beer, and lapsang souchong tea are also smoked.

smoked and day
I really shouldn't have smoked a cigarette so early in the day, thought Theresa, it always makes me sick.
On 10 November 2010, Crowe told David Letterman that he had been smoking more than 60 cigarettes a day for 36 years of his life, and that he had fallen off the wagon the previous night and smoked heavily.
U. S. President Ulysses S. Grant smoked cigars heavily, an estimated up to 12 a day.
According to his younger brother Graham Jenkins's 1988 book Richard Burton: My Brother, he smoked at least a hundred cigarettes a day.
Edward usually smoked twenty cigarettes and twelve cigars a day.
Welsh smoked two packets of cigarettes a day, which gave her voice a quality that sound effects creator Ben Burtt liked.
TIME magazine claimed that Kung smoked " 15 Havana cigars " a day.
However, he was also known for his prolific drug use ( William Claxton claimed he smoked marijuana almost every day ; others said he used a tremendous amount of cocaine in the early 1970s ).
He weighed 240 pounds ( 110 kg ) and smoked two packs of cigarettes per day.
Morgan smoked dozens of cigars per day and favored large Havana cigars dubbed Hercules ' Clubs by observers.
However, when he came the next day, he saw five cigarette butt ends in the ashtray and gave an inquiring look at Mr. Jinnah, who said with a smile, " Yes, Doctor, I smoked five.
Terkel smoked two cigars a day until 2004.
This can theoretically be accomplished through repeated changes to cigarettes with lower levels of nicotine, by gradually reducing the number of cigarettes smoked each day, or by smoking only a fraction of a cigarette on each occasion.
Camel regulars achieved the zenith of their popularity through personalities such as news broadcaster Edward R. Murrow, who smoked up to four packs of Camel regulars per day, in effect using a Camel cigarette as his trademark.
They are smoked for 5 – 6 hours in one session, left to rest for one day for the condensation to rise to the surface, then fired and smoked again the next day, repeating this smoking and resting cycle 12 – 15 times.
Calment smoked from the age of 21 ( 1896 ) to 117 ( 1992 ), though according to an unspecified source, she smoked no more than two cigarettes per day.
In his younger years, Goodnight smoked some fifty cigars per day but switched to a pipe in his mature years.
* A person argues that cigarette smoking is not unhealthy because his grandfather smoked three packs of cigarettes a day and lived to be 100.
As a child he once took a dead pet rabbit to bed with him ; at the age of fifteen, he smoked his first cigar, and he has rarely been called on to think quickly since hearing his father's footsteps approaching the stable-loft where he sat that day.
In any case where some factor affects the probability of an outcome, rather than uniquely determining it, selected individual cases prove nothing ; e. g. " my grandfather smoked 40 a day until he died at 90 " and " my sister never went near anyone who smoked but died of lung cancer ".

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