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stogie

slang A cigar, especially an inexpensive one. I sat on the back porch sipping whiskey and smoking a stogie.

stog(ie)

(ˈstogi)
n. a cigar. Then this guy pulls out a big stogie and starts to smoke it right there in the restaurant.
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"As they develop a palate, they can move on to either a medium- of full-bodied cigar." Stogies at Renaissance Cigar Emporium range in price from $5 to $35 per cigar.
After a month's production, nearly 10,000 stogies had been rolled and sold through local businesses and also in Bradentown and faraway Tampa.
Supporting frequency hopping applications, the frequency can be controlled to operate over the 902 to 928 MHz Dana by writing to a stogie register.
Stogie's, a cigar shop in the Old Post Office building, remains open and is accessed, through a door on the east side.
He was complete with SGL mug in hand and stogie in his grin and the first to join the ranks of the violators at every dining out's Grog Bowl.
Studs Terkel is fingering a bratwurst-sized stogie with one hand and adjusting his hearing aid with the other, while somehow still managing to gesticulate with both.
But one of those fabled leaders was special in my mind: Grissom, the ol' Kansas wheat farmer with his ever-present stogie and robust laugh.
204), becomes the first to tie regular stogie use with coronary heart disease.
I found out if you have to keep moving your jaws all the time, you don't miss having a wet stogie between your lips.
One was so ladies wouldn't stain their white gloves when they smoked a stogie. Another was so that people could tell the difference between cheap cigars and good cigars.
Removing his perennial stogie only long enough to utter, "What the hell good is it?" Elmer brought the place down.
Stogie connoisseurs can relax and smoke in the courtyard at The Breadfruit, where servers are ready with rum pairing suggestions, including flights.
Suddenly, he remembers, instead of tobacco products which looked like somewhat smaller versions of the familiar stogie, the major tobacco companies quickly started turning out what looked like cigarettes.
The right wing Europhobe press are busily building up Cameron as some kind of Winston Churchill figure - with bowler hat, stogie and V-sign.
The 80s TV star can currently be seen walking the boards in a shabby mac and pulling on a stogie as the legendary 'tec Columbo in Prescription: Murder.