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“He is fifty or so, tall and wiry, and when I come to drop off the pieces I have restored, he is bent over his large oak table, a limp hand-rolled cigarette dangling from his thin lips, examining an old print he has just bought for a song.”
“For more than a decade, a company in Woodside, Queens, has quietly hand-rolled, kettle-boiled and baked bagels for some of the city's premier grocery stores and delis.”
“Bubbe Mary may have shown her love for us by making fantastic cheesecakes and sponge cakes and angel food cakes and killer apple strudels with hand-rolled homemade phyllo dough, as well as the Holy Chocolate Bar of Mosaic Law, but her cookies were abysmal.”
““Oh you're it alright,” he said and laughed between pulls of the bottle and drags on the hand-rolled smoke.”
“This substantially reduces the stores 'and smokers' costs because the federal excise tax on pipe tobacco is $2.83 a pound, compared with $24.78 a pound for the rolling tobacco traditionally used to make hand-rolled cigarettes.”
“He was seven when he first inhaled the stale smoke of a Marasesti hand-rolled cigarette, and he tried covering up his breath by chewing mint leaves which grew wild in the fields behind his grandfather's house.”
“Using his home in Nassau, Bahamas, as his base, Mr. Paley developed a hand-rolled cigar with an expatriate master blender who'd made Cohibas for Fidel Castro.”
“Now, it's turning out much smaller quantities of premium, hand-rolled smokes.”
“With Art Deco finery, open-air domino games, salsa dancing, bustling street-side cafés, hand-rolled cigars, cabaret shows, white beaches and warm waters, this Florida escape is the best way to experience the forbidden Caribbean island without violating any embargoes.”
“Two other men leaned against a flatbed parked behind, smoking harsh hand-rolled cigarettes.”
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