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  • n. Plural form of tobacco.


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  • Moving from bond funds to municipal bonds, he also bought high-yielding equities, such as tobaccos, utilities, telecom and "pharmas", but insists that his priority is "to lay down a source of income".

    A balanced investment

  • Philosophically, he installed soft drinks, and candy bars, and tobaccos, and talked to all who came concerning the old days: of the men from the sealing and whaling ships; of firemen and policemen and ward politics of an earlier Oakland; of tramps and hoboes; of gold-seekers from the Klondike; of the follies and escapades of men now leaders in California public life.

    Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon

  • The Palm Beach Post/ZUMA Press Louis Bantle In the 1970s, sales of the company's Skoal and Copenhagen tobaccos were relatively small and concentrated in the upper Midwest, where Scandinavian woodcutters had spread the smokeless habit in the 19th century.

    U.S. Tobacco's Chief Made Dipping Hip

  • Both catastrophegirl and "skoalrebel," each in their own ways, were upset about the Obama administration's recent ban on flavored tobaccos.

    Boing Boing

  • But the Christmas season does traditionally come with special blends of various types of foodstuffs, such as coffee, cocoa, and even tobaccos, that heighten the aromatic nature of the holidays by being suggestive of peppermint, holly, and other nice scents of the season.

    Holiday Review: Christmas | Heretical Ideas Magazine

  • The series, sponsored by the United States Tobacco Company, integrated commercials into the detective drama by having Martin Kane enter his favorite tobacco shop where he discussed pipe tobaccos and cigarettes with the tobacconist Happy McMann Walter Kinsella, before leaving to continue the mystery narrative.

    T.V. :Martin Kane Private Eye

  • Unlike the sweet fruit- and honey-flavored tobaccos favored by trendy urbanites, Ajami waterpipes delivered a powerful kick of nicotine and tobacco flavor.

    A Privilege to Die

  • Cigarette Composition and Design Lorillard Product DevelopmentFour segments on cigarette composition and design presented by Lorillard's Product Development Department: tobaccos (how tobacco is grown and processed, international tobacco farming, varieties of tobacco plants, farming methods (fertilizers and pesticides), and reconstituted tobacco); flavors; filters (components, design, use of technology, and the manufacturing process); and air dilution (methods for lowering tar in cigarettes).

    Archive 2009-10-18

  • It's not as burning as other tobaccos but I still think that it's better to passively smoke pipe tobacco than actually have the smoke linger in your mouth.

    London Fog

  • Part of it was the difference between smoked tobaccos--my Dad was a pipe smoker when I was young and I was always disappointed that cigarettes didn't retain the wonderful scent they had in the package once they were lit...

    Other People’s Perfume Part I: Smoke


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