In the choir the bored choristers could be heard trying their voices and blowing their noses
In his book "At Home: A Short History of Private Life,'' Bill Bryson writes: "Nothing, however, bemused the Indians more than the European habit of blowing their noses
into a fine handkerchief, folding it carefully, and placing it backing their pockets as if it were a treasured memento.
They have so many sniffles and sneezes, and using Boogie Wipes actually gets them excited about blowing their noses
WOULD it not be in the public interest for PC Shiny Buttons to be out catching real criminals instead of giving out penalty notices to people for blowing their noses
while sitting stationery in their cars?
So let's begin at the end, in ``The Dressing Room,'' where a trio of actresses, each wearing a long frizzy blond wig, are primping, flinging tissue paper and blowing their noses
(all in synchronization) in preparation for a stage entrance.
One in four Americans admit to not regularly washing hands after sneezing and blowing their noses
when they are sick with a cold or flu, a National Consumers League (NCL), Washington, DC, report revealed.