cigar

[n] - a roll of tobacco for smoking
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Cigar

Cigar: A small roll of tobacco leaf for smoking. The word 'cigar,' from the Spanish 'cigarro,' first appeared in English in 1730. In 1998, a National Cancer Institute report outlined cause-and-effect connections between cigar smoking and disease, including cancer of the mouth and lungs, heart disease and emphysema, and stressed the danger of second...
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Cigar

Ci·gar' (sĭ*gär') noun [ Spanish cigarro , orig., a kind of tobacco in the island of Cuba: confer French cigare .] A small roll of tobacco, used for smoking. Cigar fish (Zoology) , a fish ( Decapterus punctatus ), allied to the mackerel, found on the coa...
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cigar

noun a roll of tobacco for smoking
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Cigar

• (n.) A small roll of tobacco, used for smoking.
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cigar

cylindrical roll of tobacco for smoking, consisting of cut tobacco filler formed in a binder leaf and with a wrapper leaf rolled spirally around the ... [1 related articles]
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Cigar

A cigar is a small roll of manufactured tobacco leaves carefully made up, and intended to be smoked by lighting at one end and drawing the smoke through it. The best cigars are made in Havana, Cuba, and have been since at least the 19th century.
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Cigar

Cigar was the codename of the British operation to jam enemy VHF radio communications to airborne fighters during the Second World War.
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cigar

Compact roll of cured tobacco leaves, contained in a binder leaf, which in turn is surrounded by a wrapper leaf. The cigar was originally a sheath of palm leaves filled with tobacco, smoked by the Indians of Central America. Cigar smoking was introduced into Spain soon after 1492 and spread all over Europe in the next few centuries. From about 1890...
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Cigar

[disambiguation] A cigar is a roll of tobacco. Cigar or the Cigar can also stand for: ==In acronyms== ==In the arts== ==In people== ==In race horses== ...
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CIGAR

[aviation] CIGAR or CIGARS is a mnemonic that refers to a pre-takeoff checklist performed by general aviation pilots. The mnemonic stands for: Alternately: Yet another version was used by the U.S. Air Force: CIGarettes For The Poor Russian Soldiers: ...
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Cigar

[horse] Cigar (foaled April 18, 1990), is a retired American Thoroughbred racehorse, who in 1995 and 1996 became the first American racehorse racing against top-class competition to win 16 consecutive races since Triple Crown winner Citation did so in 1948 and 1950. Cigar retired as the leading money earner in Thoroughbred racing history an...
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Cigar

A cigar is a tightly-rolled bundle of dried and fermented tobacco that is ignited so that its smoke may be drawn into the mouth. Cigar tobacco is grown in significant quantities in Brazil, Cameroon, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Indonesia, Mexico, Nicaragua, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Canary Islands (Spain), Italy and the Eastern Unit...
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