And in came Tony Scott, sporting his signature weathered pink baseball cap, aviator shades, and a stogie hanging out of his mouth.
Suffice it to say that my head did not recover for three days, and the ash had to be cut off the stogie with a knife.
"It might have been Andy Brown," he said, puffing at the stogie.
“Yes,” he said, rising and picking up the rejected portion of the stogie.
The stogie had gone dead in his fingers, and he lit a fresh one steadily.
Throwing his stogie into the gutter Henry Hunt ran through the ward.
I buy them in thousand lots, he said in his womans voice, referring to his stogie and smiling at me sweetly.
He fumbled in his pocket and produced a stogie, mate to that in the other's mouth.
Ortega himself, fat and greasy and pompous, leaned against his bar and twisted a stogie between his puffy, pendulous lips.
There he doubled up in limp agony, for the Wheeling "stogie" joined with the surge and jar of the screw to sieve out his soul.
also stogy, 1847, "rough, heavy kind of shoe," later "long, cheap cigar" (1873), both shortened from Conestoga, rural region near Lancaster, Pennsylvania; both items so-called because favored by drivers of the Conestoga style of covered wagons first made there.