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If you dont feel it, then you are missing the whole point. SMOKE is one of those rare movies which we dont know how to recommend this to our friends, because its so original and simple that there is nothing to describe.
Before opening his acclaimed Dallas barbecue restaurant Smoke, Tim Byres cooked in the United States embassy in Belgium and at the posh Rosewoods Mansion on Turtle Creek. But it was a calling for back to basics cooking that yielded his acclaimed Oak Cliffs barbecue pit, which he opened with partners in 2009.
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As early as the 15th century Leonardo da Vinci commented at length on the difficulty of assessing smoke, and distinguished between black smoke carbonized particles and white smoke which is not a smoke at all but merely a suspension of harmless water particulates.
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Do you mind if I smoke? Vind je het vervelend als ik rook? Do you want a smoke r or a non smoke r? Wil je in het roken of niet roken gedeelte? You are not allowed to smoke here.
Smoke Definition of Smoke by Merriam-Webster.
before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense 1a. History and Etymology for smoke. Middle English, from Old English smoca; akin to Old English smocan to emit smoke, Middle High German smouch smoke, and probably to Greek smychein to smolder.
smoke Wiktionary.
From Middle English smoke, from Old English smoca smoke, probably a derivative of the verb smocian to smoke, emit smoke; fumigate, from Proto-Germanic smukn to smoke, ablaut derivative of Proto-Germanic smaukan to smoke, from Proto-Indo-European smeugh to smoke. Related to Old English smocan to smoke, emit smoke; fumigate, West Frisian smoke to smoke, Dutch smook smoke, Middle Low German smôk smoke, German Low German smoken to smoke, German dialectal Schmauch smoke, Bavarian schmuckelen to smell bad, reek.
smoke Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
I/T to breathe smoke into the mouth or lungs from burning tobacco. smoke verb PRESERVE. T to preserve and add a smoky flavor to meat, fish, or cheese using smoke from burning wood.: They smoke the fish over wood chips. smoke verb PRODUCE SMOKE.

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