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  • noun Plural form of cigarillo.


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  • A budget compromise has been reached after a 2 1/2 month standoff after a rumor that lawmakers might be considering expanding the definition of cigarettes to include small cigars sometimes referred to as cigarillos that are not currently taxed by the state.

    Democratic Underground Latest Breaking News

  • Small cigars, known as cigarillos, would be taxed for the first time.

    The Altoona Mirror

  • In those days, Robin used to drink strong black coffee and smoke small cigars, "cigarillos" I believe they were called.

    Barry J. Marshall - Autobiography

  • Bills in the House and Senate would ban flavored tobacco products such as cigarillos, and smokeless tobacco products like pouches, pills or capsules.

    The Seattle Times

  • And then on the last day in the airport lounge everyone's comparing sunburns, drinking Nasty Spumante, buying cartons of duty free "cigarillos" and using up their last pesetas on horrid dolls in Spanish National costume and awful straw donkeys and bullfight posters with your name on "Ordoney, El Cordobes and Brian Pules of Norwich" and 3-D pictures of the Pope and Kennedy and Franco, and everybody's talking about coming again next year and you swear you never will although there you are tumbling bleary-eyed out of a tourist-tight antique Iberian airplane .......

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • The Prime Minister explained that a re-elected Conservative Government will ban “kiddy packs” of cigarillos and other tobacco products by:

    Matthew Yglesias » By Request: Smoking

  • Setting a minimum package size for cigarillos that is less affordable for children.

    Matthew Yglesias » By Request: Smoking

  • I saw: Dalí melting in her persistent breasts, Cézanne smoking cigarillos beneath the cubes of her toenails, Bonnard hiding among the wrinkles of her blouse, Courbet preaching from her crow's feet, Delacroix caressing the veins under her elbow joints, Matisse yanking strands of her translucent hair, Braque burning her eyebrows, Ernst pouring silt into her throat.


  • The longtime Washington resident has been a yacht broker and restaurant owner, and as a youth left Rollins College to serve as a combat cinematographer in Vietnam, where he smoked cigarillos with manageable wood tips—"You want to have your hands free in Vietnam," he said.

    Smoke Show

  • The Prime Minister made the announcement after a roundtable discussion with Niagara Region parents about fruit and candy flavoured cigarillos sold in colourful and slick packages, some priced less than a toonie.

    Matthew Yglesias » By Request: Smoking


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