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cigarette-smoking

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  • His dancing teacher is played by the splendid Julie Walters, and it's nice to see the two working off one another, the cigarette-smoking dame and the impish slip of a boy with a shining future

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  • There were women of the cattle camps, and swarthy cigarette-smoking women of Old Mexico.

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  • Pictured is the model Jo Calderone, who, if you're a major Gaga fan or fashionista, you know is the drag alter-ego of the Grammy winning popstar, this cigarette-smoking tough with a whole bunch of attitude.

    Lady Gaga: 'You And I' Cover In Drag (PHOTO)

  • It'll be interesting to keep an eye out for casting of the other council members including Nora, African vampire Kibwe, big-haired Texan vamp Rosalyn Harris and 9-year-old cigarette-smoking Alexander.

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  • In New Braunfels, settled by German immigrants more than a century ago, throngs of swimsuit-clad people equipped with inflatable tubes the size of truck wheels plunk them into the Comal and slowly float down like water lilies in a movable feast that can include cigarette-smoking, blaring boomboxes and dogs.

    When Litterbugs Spoil the Floating Party

  • Most of us know at least one robust, bacon-eating and cigarette-smoking octogenarian who laughs in the face of disease.

    Lisa Turner: Can We Live to Be 100?

  • The story carries on where it left off, but with the corpses of flu and war cleared away and only the shadow of Mr Bates's impending murder trial casting a shadow over the yuletide festivities charades for the toffs and a Ouija board for the servants, with Thomas, the cigarette-smoking robot footman, putting the willies up everybody.

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  • Christine Ebersole was on, as was Florence Henderson, playing waaaay past type, as the boozy, cigarette-smoking mother of Jean and Christine.

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  • No matter what your mother says, when she was young, she totally was a cigarette-smoking, booze-drinking chick who put out.

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  • But eventually, though Jackie is initially scared of the tattooed, cigarette-smoking Kyle, they decide they can't just send him back.

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