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 n.— «Somebody’s sure to have a little whiskey in his rented cigar locker. The guys sit around, fire up their “sticks,” as they call them, and shoot the breeze.» —“Metro cigar shops meccas for male bonding” by Paul Kaplan Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Ga.) July 5, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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