Example sentences for cigarettes

Here you can find a large assortment of example sentences for the word cigarettes, or in other words sentences that can help you learn how to use cigarettes in a sentence. Learning how to use a word in a sentences can be very helpful, for example when it comes to learning how to use the word in a sentence, in which context the word can be used as well as to learn the true meaning of the word "cigarettes".

Cigarettes in a sentence

Here below you will find several sentences that illustrate how to use the word cigarettes in a sentence.

  1. By early October, there were no cigarettes.

  2. He smoked cigarettes constantly as he worked.

  3. Efforts were made to keep cigarettes freely available.

  4. A heavy smoker, he was known for rolling his own cigarettes.

  5. More cigarettes were made with less tobacco, to stretch the supply.

  6. Edward habitually smoked twenty cigarettes and twelve cigars a day.

  7. Soldiers were not issued with more than six free cigarettes per day.

  8. For every 3–4 million cigarettes smoked, one lung cancer death can occur.

  9. He did not use cigarettes with filters and had smoked a pipe as a young man.

  10. To prepare for the role, he initially only smoked cigarettes and drank whiskey.

  11. In 1954, nearly two billion Swiss cigarettes were smuggled into Germany and Italy.

  12. He also provided the prisoners with cigarettes, newspapers, extra rations and a radio.

  13. His fee was a guaranteed minimum of $10,000 and a constant supply of Gauloises cigarettes.

  14. In the inter-war period, cigarettes were made with tobacco from Greece, Bulgaria, and Turkey.

  15. Stamps and envelopes picturing Laika were produced, as well as branded cigarettes and matches.

  16. He denounced cigarettes, alcohol, television, rock and roll, and many forms of worldly amusement.

  17. Those who smoke tend to smoke heavily, and additionally smoke cigarettes with high nicotine content.

  18. During the first night of captivity the KPA gave the American prisoners water, fruit and cigarettes.

  19. While Treloar was a teetotaler and non-smoker, he occasionally shared wine and cigarettes with Dargie.

  20. This backfires when Bart craves slim cigarettes, considered effeminate because they are marketed to women.

  21. An onsite commissary was available to sell items such as bananas, eggs, coffee, notebooks, and cigarettes.

  22. Public donors bought Southern Rhodesian tobacco, cigarettes and pipe tobacco to send to the British forces.

  23. In a similar vein, "Sunspot" was the name given to the Rhodesian cigarettes that British soldiers received.

  24. Christopher's medallion, cigarettes, matches, a pencil stub, keys and a receipt from Gieves for a new shirt.

  25. He cited the opinion of pathologist Franz Buchner that cigarettes are "a coronary poison of the first order".

  26. However, as in the general population, the number of smokers rose while the number of cigarettes smoked fell.

  27. In later life, Shostakovich suffered from chronic ill health, but he resisted giving up cigarettes and vodka.

  28. In August, the Beatles were introduced to American songwriter Bob Dylan, who offered the group cannabis cigarettes.

  29. She smoked two packs of cigarettes a day, which gave her voice a quality that sound effects creator Ben Burtt liked.

  30. Ashley confides in his uncle that his mother has been physically abusing him by stubbing cigarettes out on his hand.

  31. Her estate was probated as £239,260, 18 shillings and sixpence, with her debts including 15 shillings for cigarettes.

  32. In 1949, approximately 400 million cigarettes manufactured in the United States entered Germany illegally every month.

  33. The number of smokers continued to rise, but smokers could not buy as many cigarettes, so total tobacco consumption fell.

  34. It also contained Halazone water purification tablets, a four-pack of cigarettes, chewing gum, instant coffee, and sugar.

  35. Free and subsidized branded cigarettes were distributed to soldiers on both sides during World War II, as part of rations.

  36. The plan raised sin taxes on cigarettes and alcohol, as well as upping taxes on satellite television service and motel rooms.

  37. She carried a mixed cargo that included cotton, machetes, sweets, cutlery, bicycles, cigarettes, pineapple chunks and biscuits.

  38. Branham claimed Walker failed to recover his hearing because he had disobeyed Branham's instruction to stop smoking cigarettes.

  39. Skelton changed sponsors in 1948; Brown & Williamson, owners of Raleigh cigarettes, withdrew due to program production costs.

  40. Several halls include a "substance-free" floor, where residents pledge to avoid bringing alcohol, drugs, or cigarettes into the hall.

  41. Manners noted that Davis had "a hell of a time" trying to smoke his cigarettes through a hole in his neck, because the hole was "phony".

  42. During the inquest she stated that she awoke at 10:20 a.m., and left to purchase cigarettes, something she had previously failed to mention.

  43. At his desk, he would wear a Japanese ceremonial kimono, cool himself with an oriental fan, and smoke cigarettes in a jeweled cigarette holder.

  44. The attackers beat him with canes and stole clothes, shoes, cigarettes, and 400 Czechoslovak koruna (Kčs) in cash, causing 18,000 Kčs in damage.

  45. Products manufactured include cement, agricultural products, small-scale beverages, soap, furniture, shoes, plastic goods, textiles and cigarettes.

  46. Historians have criticized other policies, like high consumer taxes on gasoline and cigarettes, a reduced mother's pension, and low teacher salaries.

  47. She said she then left to purchase cigarettes, and when she returned around 11 a.m., found him in bed breathing, although unconscious and unresponsive.

  48. He showed scant interest at first, but after his brother Reginald wrote in 1948, "Malcolm, don't eat any more pork and don't smoke any more cigarettes.

  49. On July 8, he was seriously wounded by mortar fire, having just returned from the canteen bringing chocolate and cigarettes for the men at the front line.

  50. High-risk people are those age 55–74 who have smoked equivalent amount of a pack of cigarettes daily for 30 years including time within the past 15 years.

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