In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- It tasted awful, but then smoking a cigar is never as pleasant as smelling it in the air.
- The pleasure of dinner at the Ivy was dulled by smoke from a fat cigar.
- For those of us who smoke cigars, it is very tempting to have one in the mouth as you play the game.
- I plan on enjoying a nice glass of bourbon and a Cuban cigar while the results roll in.
- It is the only isolated area in the restaurant but you can still have a chat with people while smoking cigars together.
- The smoke from their cigars burned the inside of her nose as she quickly walked past them.
- They smoke pipes, whereas Bertie Wooster and his friends smoke cigars or cigarettes.
- There, he sat on his deck smoking cigars and watching the eagles roost in the trees.
- Some cigarette smokers, particularly men, switch to smoking cigars or pipes as a means of giving up cigarettes.
- Basically all this man ever did was sit in a big black recliner and smoke cigars.
- There is the moody Macanudo Fumoir for those who like to smoke cigars, and the buzzy Claridge's bar for those who like to drink.
- He smokes two Cuban cigars every day and makes no apologies for it.
- He was pulling away from a couple of golfers who were smoking cigars and looked familiar.
- He said that no staff member works at his cigar bar unless he or she likes to smoke cigars, as well.
- Not being able to smoke a nice cigar with my friends at a local pub is rather irritating.
- She smelt a foul smell of cigars and cigarettes, and suddenly she wanted to move away.
- Frost lifts a fat cigar from the ashtray, and enquires politely if I mind.
- Then he started smoking his cigars, so Mum and I found ourselves another carriage to occupy.
- They each had a glass of alcohol sitting beside them and Jamie was smoking a cigar.
- Do you all sit around a big table drinking expensive brandy and smoking massive cigars?
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