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“The money the college collects will be used to offset the cost of the program and new no-smoking signs.”
“They could be both part of a no-smoking campagne as well!”
“Bluecars can only be used within Paris and the surrounding Ile de France region, and—perhaps more importantly for many French motorists—are strictly no-smoking.”
“Even the ashtrays survived Vienna's no-smoking laws, though staff put them out in recent years only when ordered to do so by Hawelka, keeping a sharp eye on things from a stuffed brocade couch in the back of his establishment.”
“In contrast, no-smoking laws prohibit people from smoking in certain places and vary from state to state; this is similar to a requirement.”
“Whether he is coerced by private individuals on the basis of the restaurant's no-smoking policy or by the state law seems to be of secondary importance.”
“For example, suppose that I go to a no-smoking restaurant, and, to my annoyance, another diner lights up.”
“Customers can choose whether or not to patronize restaurants with no-smoking policies.”
“He said he would be happy to repeat the feat only to be reminded that Manchester City run a no-smoking stadium.”
“The bill expected to be passed by a parliamentary commission will turn all bars and restaurants into no-smoking zones, bringing Spain in line with the European Union's strictest anti-smoking nations and many U.S. states that bar smoking in enclosed public places.”
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