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smeller

n. (one’s) nose. I think my smeller’s gone bad because of my cold.
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Sandra Smeller, city of Wenatchee human resource director, said the city does background checks for all employees and the information gathered depends on the specific position.
noises or marks (or even aromas or flavors) that are interpreted in some way by the hearer or viewer (or smeller or taster).
About the authors: Johanna M Smeller was a research chemist in the NIZST Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory and Stefan D.
MNC'S has consistently been smeller then the corresponding share of exports.
In addition to our interlocutors and contributors already mentioned, expressions of gratitude are in order for a number of organizations and individuals who have supported this endeavor: Our co-publisher for this issue UNESCO, of course; the International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX), whose grant defrayed part of the research trip to the region and whose various field representatives along the way stations were most helpful - first Zulfiya Tokhchukova and then Patrick Isamu Smeller in Alma-Ata and Bishkek, Leila Bokazhanova in Alma-Ata, Anara Jamasheva in Bishkek, and Cassandra Cavanaugh and her staff in Tashkent; representatives of the United States Information Service (USIS) for their valuable information and logistical support - Jennifer S.
Non-food items, which include microwaves, vacuum cleaners, cookware items and smeller electrical items, account for almost 10% of sales.
Contributing artists include Ashlee Birckhead, Michael Jurogue Johnson, Bernadette Resha, Halle King Ruble, Raul Ghormley, Jamila Rahimi, Margie Smeller, Roland Vieira, and Julie Hamilton.