no"of whH "O " Hana Lewis, of Film Hub Wales, said: "Our team, partners and audiences are all immensely excited about the arrival of Matilda Scratch 'n Sniff
as part of the official Roald Dahl on Film season.
nodes 6, 11, and 12), which means that attackers can sniff
complete data on any of the nodes and further data analysis is possible.
It is the first time that Sniff
has been shown in the UK outside of London, and the first time Karolina's work has been exhibited in the North East.
In these respects," O'Connor wrote, "the canine sniff
is sui generis.
Those people who have close family who sniff
or smoke are likely to feel the pressure to join in.
13) Since the Court has treated a traffic stop the same as it does a Terry stop (of a person on the street), (14) a traffic stop must meet the Terry criteria: The stop must be justified at its inception, as this stop clearly was, and any investigation must be "reasonably related in scope to the circumstances which justified the interference in the first place," (15) as the dog sniff
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One of the major issues introduced by running SANs over IP networks is the opportunity to sniff
In only a few weeks, Aialik learned to stick his nose in the hole and sniff
The aromas were selected based on trial and error, said Joe Culotta, president of Natural Medicine Company, Chicago, manufacturer of Sniff
Among them: electronic "noses" to sniff
out chemical contaminants in reclaim; long-fiber molded parts made with auto shredder waste and recycled carpets; the U.
People who sniff
gas ought to know what can happen at any time.
A dog's sense of smell is at least 100 times more receptive than that of a person, thus its ability to sniff
out explosives and avalanche victims.
2) Furthest from their mind is a concern that, in the absence of suspicion of criminal activity, a police dog will sniff
the exterior of their vehicle in an effort to detect the presence of controlled substances.
Law enforcement officers use dogs to find people, clear buildings, sniff
out bombs and to locate evidence or contraband.