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ciggy

and ciggie (ˈsɪgi)
n. a cigarette. How ’bout a ciggy before we take off?
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It is dispensing, free, camouflage or leopard skin pouches, which smokers can carry around and use to dispose of their rubbish - having made sure they have stubbed the ciggy out first.
Tobacco Control, an US fag-bashing journal, claims cigarette firms have been pushing product placement in movies, persuading film-makers to stick a ciggy between their actors' lips just in time for the big close-up.
Smoking ciggy butts out in the wicked winter wind, cracking open fresh, crisp packs of multi-hued Xerox paper, chests out and chins up, we lock arms together.
The only fault is there is nowhere to put ciggy butts.
According to reports, a shop assistant at Saks Fifth Avenue was standing outside the store, passing the time on a ciggy break by perusing the shoes in the window, when she just happened to get chatting to Renee.
The Sunday afternoon racing event will have a smoke-free feel with 6ft comedy cigarette Ciggy Buttz passing information to race-goers on how to stop smoking.
What a bad week for the gorgeous Stacey Soloman after she was pictured on the front of this paper having a ciggy while heavily pregnant.
Unfortunately, it isn't only in films; turn on the TV and there they are, the TV cops, mean, lean and dragging deeply on a ciggy, which is obviously an aid to catching baddies.
I DON'T know how any mum can CIGGY GIRL: Solomon spoke during pregnancy.
The Grand National is coming soon Now here's a little bet We'll see local girls in Ugg boots All swathed in flannelette While all the world is watching East, West, North and South To see Scouse birds in pyjamas With a ciggy in their mouth The image for Culture Capital Should range from good to great Until our pyjama-clad ambassadors Say: "Worra yew lookin' at, mate"