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stink

[′stiŋk]
(mining engineering)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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David Walliams, whose book, Mr Stink, is brought to life on stage
"The message of Mr Stink is to treat other people with kindness, whoever they are.
regions, stink bugs produce 1 to 2 generations a year, although they can produce up to six generations in California and Florida.
The plant-feeding habits of stink bug pests compels them to move within and between closely associated non-crop and crop habitats across farmscapes in response to changing food resources.
While it started as a digital shop in London in 2009, Stink decided to take on the "Studio" moniker two years ago as a way to show it handles more than just websites.
It stinks out there and you can't even open your windows."
Summary: Scores of protesters gathered in front of the Beirut Municipality building Wednesday in a rally organized by the You Stink movement in cooperation with other civil society groups against the city's plan to establish a waste incinerator in the capital.
As Lychee stink bug breeding season kicks into high gear in Taiwan, Thai migrant workers have been spotted in western Taiwan's Changhua County capturing the insects for their value as a delicacy, reported Liberty Times.
The Great Stink of Paris and the Nineteenth-Century Struggle Against Filth and Germs (reprint, 2006)
Synopsis: The Superfamily Pentatomoidea (stink bugs and their relatives) is comprised of 18 families with over 8,000 species, the largest of which is the family Pentatomidae (about 5,000 species).
Andrea Louise Is someone doing a stink bomb tour of the UK?