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Snuff - See Also
... Anatomical snuff box Jack and His Golden Snuff-Box, a fairy tale Snuff box Artisans Adolf Frederick, King of Sweden The Blarenberghe brothers Rosalba Carriera Daniel Macnee Juste-Aurèle Meissonnier George ...
Snuff (disambiguation)
... Snuff is fine-ground tobacco, intended for use by being sniffed or snorted into the nose ... Snuff may also refer to Moist snuff or dipping tobacco Creamy snuff, an Indian tobacco paste Snuff film, a type of film that shows an actual murder Snuff (film), a 1976 ...
Tobacco Products - Consumable - Dipping Tobacco - Snuff
... Snuff or simply moist snuff looks similar to dirt or sand in terms of granular size ... Extremely small cut ...
American Snuff Company
... The American Snuff Company, formerly Conwood Sales Company LLC, is a division of Reynolds American, a major tobacco company ... The American Snuff Company was acquired by Reynolds American in mid-2006 for $3.5 billion in cash ... The current CEO of the American Snuff Company is Randall M ...
Snuff (disambiguation) - See Also
... Anatomical snuff box Naswar, a moist tobacco product placed under the lower lip similar to snuff, used in Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan, India, Sweden, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan ... Snus, a moist tobacco product placed under the upper lip similar to snuff, used in Sweden, Denmark and Norway Snuffy (disambiguation) ...

Famous quotes containing the word snuff:

    However low and poor the taking Snuff argues a Man to be in his own Stock of Thought, or Means to employ his Brains and his Fingers, yet there is a poorer Creature in the World than He, and this is a Borrower of Snuff; a Fellow that keeps no Box of his own, but is always asking others for a Pinch.
    Richard Steele (1672–1729)

    O you mighty gods!
    This world I do renounce, and in your sights
    Shake patiently my great affliction off.
    If I could bear it longer, and not fall
    To quarrel with your great opposeless wills,
    My snuff and loathed part of nature should
    Burn itself out.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)