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Minus colossal, Paleolithic carriers, hunted out by early Americans, stinking cedars are restricted to where their golfball seeds fall.
With all these changes, there are as few as six hundred stinking cedars left in the world.
Though the driver's unruly behaviour in expelling the commuter is objectionable, it is also common sense that commuters should not carry any stinking material to avoid such treatment and ensure others' comfort.
Darren responded: ``Maybe they think that being a love rat I am used to stinking swamps.
The Stinking Rose Cookbook, Armadillo Skin Barrier and Folding Oak rockers are among the many products scheduled to be featured to the QVC audience.
Mr Jacob said the Liberal National Government project would tackle the significant conservation risk posed by the stinking passionflower, a creeping vine from the Americas, which had invaded parts of the north-west of Western Australia.
That government's executive inefficiency resulted in weeks of uncollected stinking waste piling up on the streets.
By RAWALPINDI, November 25, 2010 (Frontier Star): Heaps of garbage in Gang Mandi, Fruit Mandi is causing Stinking smell and spread of diseases in the area.
Garner, 37, whose dog had been sprayed by the 'stink badger' the night before her first day on set, arrived for the shoot stinking, as she had not been able to get the stench out of her hair and clothes.
Charles Martell, 59, from Dymock, Gloucestershire, said orders for his Stinking Bishop cheese had flooded in from all over the world following the box-office hit.
SINGER Darren Day was bitten twice by a snake as he plunged into the depths of a stinking jungle swamp last night for a celebrity survivor TV show.
This led to not only to thousands of tons of stinking trash piled around neighborhoods, but also the formation of a grassroots movement named "You Stink," directed at the government and its inadequate efforts to address the waste management crisis.
And, while the row is sorted out, the stinking 90-tonne carcass continues to rot.