foul-smelling


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Forces fired tear gas canisters and foul-smelling skunk water into the area surrounding Tareq Ibn Ziad Secondary School and al-Ibramimiya School.
No one comes to my shop and I have to make home deliveries wading through the foul-smelling water," he said.
THIS couple are facing eviction from their foul-smelling flat.
Prosecuting solicitor Simon Catterall, acting on behalf of the RSPCA, told the court the floor of the foul-smelling yard was "a sea of dog dirt and waste.
Skunks can shoot their foul-smelling spray about two yards, but you can smell it up to two-and-a-half miles away
Skunks can only shoot their foul-smelling spray about two yards, but you can smell it up to two and a half miles away.
They encounter rough seas, foul-smelling beasts, a crocodile, a treasure chest, and pirates.
HOW many times have you been tempted to tell the smoker sitting next to you to stub out a foul-smelling cigarette?
Big feedlots are contaminating water supplies with pathogens and chemicals, and polluting the air with foul-smelling compounds that can cause respiratory problems.
Springfield, Missouri: A foul-smelling plant that turns turkey byproducts into fuel oil was ordered closed by the governor Wednesday until the company finds a way to clear the air.
In two weeks theyOll rot down to a black, foul-smelling soup to be diluted with 10 parts water.
If alarmed, the insect spreads its wings, hisses and secretes a foul-smelling froth.
Who on earth would want to be married to a filthy, foul-smelling, drunken, wretch of a failed human being like you?
The scientists created the surprising substance by mixing alpha-cyclodextrine--whose molecules are loops made of six glucose molecules--with water and the common, foul-smelling organic solvent 4-methylpyridine.