cigarette butts

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  • Then he goes off and turns out four new cigarette butts.
  • Every year, cigarette butts top the list of finds in Canada, and around the world.
  • He threw the cigarette butt into the sea and turned back. Cited from The Mystery, by Stewart Edward White and Samuel Hopkins Adams
  • Papers, cigarette butts, and newspapers, should never be allowed on the ground near camp. Cited from Military Instructors Manual, by James P. Cole and Oliver Schoonmaker
  • Cigarette butts are deposited through a small opening and drop down a long neck into the collection chamber.
  • Since you cannot pick up that cigarette butt, you have placed an unwelcome task upon our personnel. Cited from Highways in Hiding, by George Oliver Smith
  • His tongue carried the cigarette butt languidly back to the other corner of his mouth. Cited from Adventures of Jimmie Dale, by F. L. Packard
  • He always seems to have a cigarette butt about him, normally stowed behind his ear.
  • She worried he would smell the cigarette butts and light on fire and then proceed inside and light her house on fire.
  • Proper disposal of cigarette butts is promoted as both an environmental and health issue.
  • It took six months for the development of the cigarette butt recycling solution.
  • Erskine's DNA was also found on two cigarette butts found near the bodies.
  • The sheriff turned in his swivel chair and tossed his cigarette butt through the open window. Cited from The Seventh Man, by Max Brand
  • Units with all-metal construction allow disposing of cigarette butts into a container with no other extinguishing media required.
  • Depending on composition, a cigarette butt can take as short as one month, and up to three years and longer to biodegrade.
  • Although the cause of the fire was never determined, one of the managers of the building believed that cigarette butts were the cause for the fire.
  • Estimates on the required time for cigarette butts to break down vary.
  • They's four cigarette butts, even, to show how long the feller stood here talkin' to the girl. Cited from The Lookout Man, by B. M. Bower
  • He often missed his meals and during winter, he kept himself warm by smoking discarded cigarette butts he picked up in the streets.
  • The cause of the fire was said to be a cigarette butt or a smouldering match left behind by a construction worker.
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