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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.

    The Memory Palace

  • 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.

    Bagel 'Heir' Rolls Into H&H's Void

  • 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.

    Roseanne Archy

  • “Oh you're it alright,” he said and laughed between pulls of the bottle and drags on the hand-rolled smoke.

    The Attraction

  • 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.

    Cigarette Ruling Deals a Blow to 'Roll-Your-Own' Retail Shops

  • 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.

    Breadcrumbs

  • 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.

    Smoke Show

  • Now, it's turning out much smaller quantities of premium, hand-rolled smokes.

    Smoke Show

  • 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.

    Take Monday Off: Cuban Miami

  • Two other men leaned against a flatbed parked behind, smoking harsh hand-rolled cigarettes.

    The Cold Locker

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