CIGARS


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AcronymDefinition
CIGARSConsole Internally Generated And Refresher Symbols
CIGARSConsole Internal Generation & Refresh System (NTDS)
CIGARSCalibrated Infrared Ground Airborne Radiometric Spectrometer
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Daughtry," Walter Merritt Emory went on enthusiastically, while he held the steward's eyes with his and while all the time the live end of the cigar continued to rest against Kwaque's finger, "the older I get the more convinced I am that there are too many ill-advised and hasty operations."
"I wish Rose would drive a bargain with Will and Geordie also, for I think these books are as bad for the small boys as cigars for the large ones," said Mrs.
He sat down, tucked the tiger-skin rug round him, and lighted a cigar. "How is it you don't smoke?
If they didn't like the cigar, why couldn't they say so?
'You have given yourself much trouble, Schoolmaster,' observed Eugene, blowing the feathery ash from his cigar. 'I hope it may prove remunerative.'
Besides my cigar, do you smell anything else--vile, abominable, overpowering, indescribable, never-never-never-smelt before?'
Dunster went on, although his cigar was burning itself out, "that you have broken the seal of my dispatches?"
But she don't mind,' he sagaciously added, puffing at his cigar again.
Five score of head-hunting cannibals on the fringe of the jungle, fifteen Su'u return blacks in the boat, seven black boat's crew, and a solitary white man with a cigar in his mouth, a rifle at his hip, and an Irish terrier bristling against his bare calf, kept the solemn pact of those ten seconds, and no one of them knew or guessed what the outcome would be.
Hans lay down by my side and lighted a good-night cigar. This was naturally the beginning of conversation.
A roasted mallard duck, thought Soapy, would be about the thing--with a bottle of Chablis, and then Camembert, a demi-tasse and a cigar. One dollar for the cigar would be enough.
He rose a little earlier than was customary for an Englishman of business of his own standing, but he made up for this by a somewhat prolonged visit to the barber, a breakfast which bespoke an unimpaired digestion, and a cigar of more than ordinary length over his newspaper.