tobacco-stained love



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  • While it's true that there's nothing quite as irresistable as a middle-aged tobacco-stained Jeff Spicoli living in a tent, we hope ScarJo is well aware of Penn's recent split from wife of 14 years, Robin Wright, with whom he had a somewhat stormy relationship.

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  • He is described by people who know him as an imposing figure with graying hair, tobacco-stained teeth and a gruff voice.

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  • Jelly Belly must be the man with the bald spot and the tobacco-stained whiskers.


  • But I've always disliked cigarette butts: they're ugly, they're nasty, they litter the environment and whenever I see one I get this mental image of a pair of nasty, tobacco-stained lips.

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  • Prickly, with a thick northern drawl, tobacco-stained teeth and an infectious laugh, he has always been considered part of the "loyal opposition," less a theoretician of a democratic revolution than a tough urban gadfly.

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  • As I approached the Pine Street Inn, an old Dickensian hell-hole that would be abandoned in a few years for a new Dickensian hell-hole, I saw two familiar faces—Mitch, a grizzled white man with tobacco-stained teeth, and Tyrone, a non-grizzled black man who was missing a front tooth.

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  • His sunburned skin was black with the surge of blood in it, and his tobacco-stained teeth were exposed by the snarling lips.


  • I took the form of an old holy man, with a white beard luxuriously spread below my chin, my thick white mustache almost completely covering my mouth full of tobacco-stained teeth.

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  • The professor greeted them unctuously, rubbing his pudgy hands together and showing tobacco-stained teeth beneath his square mustache.

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  • She saw him with startling clarity, as if in a magnifying mirror: His tobacco-stained teeth, partially eaten away.

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