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Mr. Tutt somewhat reluctantly altered his position from the horizontal to the vertical and reached for a fresh stogy.
Then he lit a stogy and stretched his long legs comfortably out under the narrow table.
Then he reinserted the stogy between his lips and produced from his inside pocket a typewritten sheet.
Mr. Tutt threw his stogy into the fire and fumbled for another in the long box on the library table.
It certainly had the merit of cheapness, if that be a merit in tobacco, and I experimented with the stogy.
MARK TWAIN'S SPEECHESMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
Mr. Tutt simultaneously removed his stogy with one hand and his stovepipe with the other.
In the stogy industry, the Polish women, some of them married and others immigrant girls, have the inferior and unpleasant work.
The mercantile houses, the stogy factories and the garment factories are employers of Jewish girls.
Men wore stogy boots, generally with one leg of the trousers outside and one in.
The driver was almost as ancient as the car, a bearded fellow with a stogy stuck between his teeth and a crushed hat on his head.
JUBILATION, U.S.A.G. L. VANDENBURG

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