He could not help bristling, however, when first he sniffed
a trousers' leg into which his teeth had so recently torn.
She kept her word, leaving the place in charge of the charwoman, who, when asked if she could stand the smell, replied, "What smell?" and who, when taken close to the cheeses and told to sniff
hard, said she could detect a faint odour of melons.
Buck writhed his lips into the preliminary of a snarl, but sniffed
noses with him, Whereupon the old wolf sat down, pointed nose at the moon, and broke out the long wolf howl.
Some one with a black nose sniffed
at the bottom of the door, and then locked it.
But Miss Longnecker, the tall blonde who taught in a public school and said, "Well, really!" to everything you said, sat on the top step and sniffed
. And Miss Dorn, who shot at the moving ducks at Coney every Sunday and worked in a department store, sat on the bottom step and sniffed
Furthermore, the dogs also failed to sniff
meat products inside luggages and bags in the bag carousel.
Four pooches are needed for training to find drugs and two to sniff
out potential explosives.
She hadn't sniffed
anything before.'' Miss Need's mother, Christine, said: "Kim never hurt herself deliberately or selfharmed.
"Because the narcotics-dog sniff
could identify only the presence or absence of contraband, we hold that the police did not violate Edstrom's reasonable expectation of privacy.
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The screenings build on the success of Film Hub Wales' previous Scratch 'n' Sniff
offering - Matilda - which tickled nostrils across the UK as part of Roald Dahl on Film.
Fans of the 1991 classic starring Danny DeVito will be able to sniff
Bruce Bogtrotter's giant chocolate cake and wrinkle their noses at fish paste sandwiches at Ysgol Bryn Elian, Old Colwyn, and the Magic Lantern, Tywyn.