n.— «Deftly rolling, pressing and slicing tobacco leaves with a slab of sharp metal known as a chaveta, they sculptured perfectly cylindrical cigars—an art that requires years to master.» —“Why the Smoke Doesn’t Get in Their Eyes” by Sophia Hollander New York Times Sept. 22, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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