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stog(ie)

(ˈstogi)
n. a cigar. Then this guy pulls out a big stogie and starts to smoke it right there in the restaurant.

stog

verb
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As the names of the stages suggest, these divisions are based on the material culture of well-known Neolithic and Eneolithic groups, including Tripolie, Dnieper-Donets Community, Sredny Stog II and others, the settlements and cemeteries of which had been developing for in the region of a thousand years or more.
It has been said that the evidence for horse domestication in the steppe Eneolithic amounts to no more than a numerical increase in horse bones during the Sredni Stog period (Uerpmann 1995: 20).
Since the Sredni Stog cultures (to which both Molukhov Bugor and Dereivka belong) are usually described - largely on the basis of their faunal composition- as pastoralist, a reanalysis of this material is now in order (Levine & Rassamakin 1996).
Brown and I have proposed that horseback riding began in the Pontic-Caspian steppes by 4000 BC, a conclusion based on the discovery of microscopic bit wear on horse premolars at the Sredni Stog culture site of Dereivka (Anthony & Brown 1990; Anthony et al.
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There were three of us on our weekend break - me, the missus and Betty Stogs (4% ABV).