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Cigarette in What about your saucepans
What about your saucepans
Ten years in the life of a British woman
living in the Dominican Republic

Cigarette

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"... inside. Telling my husband was the hardest thing I have ever done. We sat in the living room one evening, him on one sofa and me on the other, as we usually did when we came home from work. I stood up and walked over to turn the television off, lighting a Cigarette as I sat down. He looked ..."
"...Cigarettesorry,” I replied, “I know you don’t like it. I just need to talk to you, and this is not easy for me.” I took a deep pull on the Cigarette.“I want to leave… I don’t love you anymore. We want different things out of life. You want to save ..."

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"...Cigarette a few things needed clearing up between us, so one morning before I left for work, I sat at the dining room table drinking my coffee and having a Cigarette, and casually asked, “Danilo, you’ve mentioned two wives. Were there any more? Are you divorced?” I looked up at ..."

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Chapter 3: Family life
"...Cigaretted to buy a colmado, a little convenience store, as Danilo’s logic was everyone needs food. He wanted to work and be the breadwinner, but the basic wage, at $200 US a month, would not go far towards contributing. He felt the only way to contribute more was to own ..."

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"... there was a note to Santa Claus. “Dear Santa Claus. We thought you might smoke Marlboro light and drink Brugal (local rum). Love from Dany and Alberto.” There was a packet of Cigarettes and a bottle of rum. It looked like they had sussed out Santa Claus. It was a great Christmas. The kids ..."

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"...Cigarette 21 July 2006, started much like any other day. I got up and fought off the army of cats, who were desperate for their breakfast. A little procession into the dining room to give them their food, all ten of them, switched on the coffee machine and went back ..."

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Chapter 6: Back to normal
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"... but I think will win. Compres and me talk to many peoples and they say they vote for me.” I lit a Cigarette and took a long slow drag. “So if we say yes, then what happens?” I asked cautiously. “First I launch campaign, then the party members vote for me or Custodio, the man who is ..."

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Chapter 8: The fight goes on
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"... ask why. “A couple of days, an’ hurry, there no time to waste,” and he went off to talk to the security guards. I hurried into the bedroom and threw a few things quickly in a sports bag and came back outside. Frankin Compres was there, pacing up and down, smoking a Cigarette. ..."

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Chapter 9: La primera dama
"...Cigaretteuld sleep through the noise until the crowd started shouting for him through the bedroom window. Sometimes Don (Sir), sometimes Sindico, sometimes el Gran (great one). By this time they never called me Lindsay. It was usually la Primera Dama (the first lady) or doña (lady). Once coffee was made ..."

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"... think about the problem?” he asked, in a casual, off hand way, not able to meet my eyes. “What problem?” I replied vaguely, not paying too much attention, concentrating more on lighting a Cigarette. “The problem with the ballot paper?” he persisted, a little nervously. “What bloody ..."
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"... “They’ve done what?” I exclaimed in disbelief, clutching the unlit Cigarette in my hand. “Danilo’s name was in the press, and on the Junta list online! How the hell can they forget to put it on the ballot paper? They should issue new ballot papers. Can’t we get them changed?” ..."
"...Cigarettet go out. With no car and hardly any money we could not go far, and to be honest neither of us could face anyone. The few times I walked to the local colmado to buy Cigarettes, I would scuttle back home as fast as I could, hoping I would ..."

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