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malodorant

[mal′ōd·ə·rənt]
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The Non-lethal Technology and Academic Research Symposium in late 2001 outlined some possible health effects on the sinus and nasal passages that can be caused by odorous chemicals used as components in malodorant mixtures.
The microencapsulated malodorant described in the scenario as the mortar payload is one of many types of NL payloads being considered among the services to try and optimize NL payloads with delivery systems.
Meme le dernier objet mentionne dans le roman de Bourges est structure selon une dichotomie entre l'interieur et l'exterieur: l'urne qui contient "les entrailles mal embaumees du Duc" (215) eclate violemment lors de la ceremonies des funerailles et eclabousse de son contenu malodorant l'assistance reunie.
Il est mince comme un clou Il n'a pas le sou Il est timide et hesitant Modeste et si bon Sale et malodorant Mysterieux et secret Taciturne et discret Il est laid et mal rase Mal habille, mal coiffe Affame et assoiffe Il a toujours froid Il fume du mauvais tabac Il crache tout bas Il boit du mauvais vin Il a peur du destin Il reve d'avoir un toit Vivre cache parmi les choses Ne pas deranger la vie Passer inapercu Comme s'il n'avait jamais existe C'est le pauvre
Le nez, comme les yeux, deviennent organes de perception, lieux d'apprentissages olfactifs et visuels, et mesure du degre d'alterite d'un corps sale, malade, blesse ou malodorant.
Another malodorant approach involves using "paint balls" or "Calgon" beads that are ejected at a predetermined altitude and rupture upon impact.
Conceptually, the cartridges could contain malodorant pellets for crowd control and/or thermobaric or high-power microwave payloads for more specialized mission scenarios.
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Did you know that government scientists have spent money and time on developing malodorants (bad smells) to keep or get people away from targeted real estate?
Tear gas, water cannons, and malodorants which are used for crowd dispersal are expected to witness high demand.
That white stuff you might see on your tongue is a collection of food particles and other organic matter, which can putrefy and create oral malodorants.
Grenades filled with payloads ranging from malodorants to dazzling lights can be fired for varied effects.