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chain(-smoke)

in. to smoke cigarette after cigarette. (As if each cigarette were a link in a chain.) I never wanted to chain-smoke, but I got addicted.
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The source also said that Jones has been chain-smoking up to two packets of cigarettes daily and has been suggested intense therapy sessions.
There are also amusing turns from Karen Black as his chain-smoking mother and Barry Bostwick, of Rocky Horror Picture Show fame, as a clueless sheriff.
Think predictable melodies, cliched lyrics and vocals suggesting a chain-smoking Rod Stewart, all of which contributed to making the performance wholly underwhelming.
And it's not a photo that will impress Kate's boyfriend Jamie Hince - it was Jamie who compared his lovely girlfriend to Kathy Burke's foul-mouthed chain-smoking slob in the first place.
Actor Ricky Tomlinson played her husband in the soap, as well as in the award winning Royle Family, where Johnston was chain-smoking mother Barbara Royle.
CHAIN-SMOKING gaffer Cesar Luis Menotti is still going strong at 68 and last week took charge at Mexican side Tecos UAG.
Characters like Joanna Lumley's chain-smoking Patsy Stone in Absolutely Fabulous would no longer be able to light up under legislation prohibiting smoking in all enclosed public places from next summer.
After reading Alison Stokes referring to Charlotte Church as a 'foul-mouthed, boozy, chain-smoking teenager', I was disgusted to see further down the review that she described her as a typical Cardiff teenager
Clooney (who plays Murrow's producer, Fred Friendly, in a supporting role) clearly has something of a romantic fetish for this kind of classic, chain-smoking, man's man thing, having updated it with the two ``Ocean's'' movies and now with this throwback.
The 31 year-old quickly gained a reputation as a foul-mouthed, chain-smoking dole scrounger, but now she wants to prove she can be hard-working.
The couple split - as The People revealed last month - after the Channel 4 show opened Jason's eyes to what a disaster his idle, 20-stone, chain-smoking partner had become.
The central idea of the clumsily contrived script by Martin Sherman (Bent) and Zeffirelli is that pill-popping, self-pitying recluse Callas gets coaxed by her gay long-time manager-booking agent (Jeremy Irons, chain-smoking, ponytailed, and livelier than usual) into making a film of Carmen in which she will lipsynch to recordings made during her vocal prime.
The updated Gillette figure's quasi-resistant subjectivity is indicated by petulant chain-smoking.
The audience is drawn into Smith's performance as he captures the ethos of this shy, soft-spoken, chain-smoking revolutionary who is not comfortable with his public image as the gun-toting Minister of Defense of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense: "I'm nervous around guns.
The report further said that although LA club-goers have reported watching the Chelsea defender chain-smoking on nights out, but the new pictures show Cole smoking a cigarette in the middle of the day.