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18551 He drew in the smoke of his cigarette as if the soothing influence was grateful to him .
45707 ' Really , Watson , you excel yourself , ' said Holmes , pushing back his chair and lighting a cigarette .
45715 Then , with an expression of interest , he laid down his cigarette , and , carrying the cane to the window , he looked over it again with a convex lens .
45818 ' I observe from your forefinger that you make your own cigarettes .
45910 The latter yawned and tossed the end of his cigarette into the fire .
47006 We talked little , and I for one was glad when the meal was over and we were able to retire into the modern billiard-room and smoke a cigarette .
47657 The next night we lowered the lamp and sat smoking cigarettes , without making the least sound .
48408 Throwing aside my cigarette , I closed my hand upon the butt of my revolver , and , walking swiftly up to the door , I looked in .
48461 If you seriously desire to deceive me you must change your tobacconist , for when I see the stub of a cigarette marked Bradley , Oxford Street , I know that my friend Watson is in the neighbourhood .
50856 ' Quite so , ' he answered , lighting a cigarette , and throwing himself down into an arm- chair .

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