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cig

1. A shortening of "cigarette." Hey, can I bum a cig off you?
2. A shortening of "cigar." I got some nice Cuban cigs for us to smoke at the reception.

cig

(sɪg)
n. a cigarette; a cigar. Toss me my pack of cigs, will ya?
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With the acquisition, CIG Logistics will strengthen its core business of transloading energy-related products and the terminal's substantial size, railcar capacity and location will enable the company to expand its logistics services to additional industries, which will include the construction, aggregate, chemical and automotive sectors.
CapitalSource will retain substantially all of the employees from CIG.
CIG president Norbert Young said that, through the acquisition, "CIG will establish the most in-depth and powerful construction product database and search engine on the Internet.
CIG officials say the pipeline will be designed to provide up to 750 MMDth/d of incremental transportation capacity and could be in service by early 2003.
CIG president Jim McGinty said the deal "is a major strategic step for us.