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stench

[stench]
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Whether urbanisation has increased in the area where the companies are located or not, and honestly I don't care if they came first when there was not even a single home there, the smell and stench can be noticed from miles away," said council chairman Mohammed Bu Hamood.
THE mysterious stench hanging over parts of Liverpool was due to manure being spread on farmers' fields on the city's outskirts.
House prices have tumbled - windows stay closed against the stench - and washing is often done twice due to contamination whilst drying.
Summary: As the seemingly unending garbage crisis continues to frustrate residents of Beirut and Mount Lebanon, the repulsive heaps of trash, intolerable stench and frequent road closures have not spared restaurants, with some reporting that business has been severely hit.
How can one live with the skeleton of a loved one and pets and bear the gruesome stench once the body starts decomposing," wondered Mitali Sen, a resident of Camac Street.
THE stench of sewage could ruin Rugby World Cup games at Twickenham, an MP has claimed.
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I CAN concur with two recent Feedback letter writers regarding the stench produced from wood burning stoves.
I keep my windows closed all the time as the stench is unbearable at times.
But it turns out there might have been a bigger stink if they'd left it, for it was in fact a stench pipe connected to a Victorian sewer.
The Zhongda oil refinery was instructed to eliminate the stench until February 20, 2014.
Residents and businessmen voice their frustrations over the ever-present stench in a neighbourhood in Ruwi