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“It works like this: they say “Democrats are only pipe-smoking gay professors!””
“The menacing Baker is wickedly good, too, as Molly, his pipe-smoking would-be executioner.”
“Forget the stereotype of the pipe-smoking scholar reading Shakespeare in an armchair.”
“A water closet for pipe-smoking 19th century gentlemen”
“A water closet for pipe-smoking 19th century gentl ...”
“In Washington strategy conferences, Marshall vigorously defended MacArthur against attacks from the Navy, whose admirals saw the pipe-smoking showman as an interloper in "the Navy's war.”
“Or some supercilious, pipe-smoking spook of spooks that everyone in Congress would just love to take down a peg?”
“With regard to Tim himself, his cited interests include Catholicism, art, the art of brewing and cheese-making, Chesterton, Belloc, Tolkien and Lewis, pipe-smoking, outdoormanship and more.”
“Not since the days when Victorian fairground showmen toured the land with pipe-smoking oysters, fortune-telling pigs and cats that played the dulcimer has such a collection of weird and extraordinary creatures been assembled for the public to gawp at in awe and wonder, and remark: That thing isn't real.”
“But some 500 Sherlockians—devotees of Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories—are expected to descend on the city next week to celebrate the 158th birthday of the pipe-smoking detective.”
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