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  • Especially given that the state is a major shareholder in the Franco-Spanish group Altadis, purveyor of fine tobacco products such as Gauloises and Gitanes…

    crawling off the plate

  • Davis and Cooper worked on Imperial's deal to acquire the Franco-Spanish firm Altadis in January 2008 for €12.6 billion, which added brands such as Gauloises and Fortuna to its portfolio.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • There was a lot to the atmosphere, not least the pungent dark tobacco in Gauloises and Gitanes cigarettes, the smell of which lingered everywhere in those prelapsarian days.

    When the Going Was Good

  • It was a strong scent mixed with Gitanes and Gauloises.

    Carole Mallory: Pan Am Days: Dancing With Paris In 1966

  • I would beg to be allowed to refill her gold cigarette case with fresh supplies from the pale blue packets of Gauloises.

    Fay, a woman of substance

  • It looks like the English Queenie is smoking a Gauloises ciggy!

    Girls Go Postal! | Geographical Fun with England

  • Posters advertising Gauloises cigarettes with a streak of French blue.

    Day of Honey

  • The worst thing about the fire safe laws is that you can't get interesting imports like Gauloises any more ...

    From bad to worse (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • The maker of Lambert & Butler, Davidoff, Gauloises Blondes, Gitanes Blondes and JPS cigarettes said price increases and a strong performance from fine-cut tobacco more than offset a challenging economic environment, and said its investment priority is to build its position in growth markets such as Eastern Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.

    Strong Sales Lift Imperial Tobacco's Results

  • Joe Schildhorn/BFA Emily Kaplan There is a lot of cigarette or should we say Gauloises? smoking amid the parameters of the loose narrative.

    Nightlife Baron Throws 'Shoe' Into the Mix

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