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Pipe Smoker

In auto sales, a slang term for a customer who spends a great deal of time with a salesperson, manages to negotiate the best possible deal for himself/herself, and in the end does not purchase the automobile at all.
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Table 3 showed a statistically increase in the MID [%] from a mean value of [9.31 [+ or -] 1.91%] in nonsmokers group to about [12.36 [+ or -] 4.69%], [9.88 [+ or -] 1.54%], for water pipe smokers, cigarette smokers groups respectively.
Only a small number of hookah pipe smokers noticed any health effects attributable to their smoking, which suggests that the effects are not readily apparent.
Three groups of smokers, including 57 water pipe smokers, 30 deep inhalation cigarette smokers (S-DI), and 51 normal inhalation cigarette smokers (S-NI) were identified and studied.
The observation is often made that pipe smokers are all of a certain temperament, that not just any man can be a pipe smoker ...
"I believe that pipe smoking contributes to a somewhat calm and objective judgment in all human affairs," he said in 1950 at age 71, when he became a lifetime member of the Montreal Pipe Smokers Club.
As the number of pipe smokers in Europe and America continues to decline (and few Turks have ever smoked meerschaum pipes) the future of Eskisehir's pipe-carving industry does not look bright.
Investigations involving pipe smokers did not show such clear results.
There are many people that use knives in their daily routine: gardeners, campers, pipe smokers, gamekeepers, forestry workers, building trade workers, to name but a few.
There were no regular pipe smokers among the participants.
But while only eight percent of non-smokers had gum disease, 30 percent of water pipe smokers and 24 percent of cigarette smokers were affected.
The new research led by Jane Henley, from the American Cancer Society in Atlanta, Georgia, involved more than 15,000 current or former pipe smokers and 123,000 men who had never smoked.