and who, when taken close to the cheeses and told to sniff
hard, said she could detect a faint odour of melons.
So we would have eight glass pots, one of them will have it in and every time the dog sniffs
that pot he will get rewarded - a tennis ball.
Suppose that an attacker with all the information above sniffs
the DHC network for a target communication, then she will face the following difficulties in launching sniffer attack.
In addition to communication, the device can function as a sort of steering mechanism for wheelchairs: Two successive sniffs
in tell it to go forward, two out mean reverse, out and then in turn it left, and in and out turn it right.
Q When we leave our Westie alone in the back garden, he seems hyperactive and constantly sniffs
the grass, going round in circles.
In Place, however, the Court's description of dog sniffs
as sui generis--a Latin term meaning "unique," which we lawyers trot out to convince laypeople that law is a deep and mystical matter--was based on the fact that a dog discloses only the presence of contraband, not on the belief that the dog is infallible.
Imaginary pleasant odors evoked larger sniffs
than imaginary unpleasant odors did.
, but then bobs his head left and right - "goofing," as Lytwyn describes it.
28) Quite a few published appellate opinions involve K-9 sniffs
conducted in a variety of public places.
The court held that "even such random and suspicionless dog sniffs
are not searches subject to the Fourth Amendment.
Your dog sniffs
the bottoms of other animals because that's how dogs greet each other.