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  • Before Brian (sheepishly) signed my book he asked me to hold his ciggie's still-burning dog-end.

    Cricket & Tobacco: A Match Made on a True Pitch

  • Seeing the group under the streetlight, he flicked his dog-end into the gutter and hurried back inside.

    Civvies

  • Sometimes, at the dog-end of a lazy week we imagine that the sleeping giant of the games industry Demis Hassabis will awake, wearing his crown as the lord of the Mind Sports Olympiad, and make a game that will combine the cut and thrust of those black and white squares with the thrust and cut of the actual chess champions.

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  • No smoking anywhere, and an £80 fine for putting your dog-end out.

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  • Seems far too early for thinking about the 5th November and autumn when I'm scribbling this over the dog-end days of September.

    Paper Palate

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  • "'Monkey truck, that's just the bloody right name for this vehicle,' says Gunner Tume, who is now desperately crouching forward trying, through the shaking, to light the dog-end that appears to have shreds of tobacco in it. He goes on moaning."

    - Spike Milligan, 'Mussolini: My Part In His Downfall.'

    April 18, 2009