Here we are all just ready to drop down, and the critters all in a reek of
And again he looked at me terribly through the reek of the fire.
Go forth, Mopo, my faithful servant, whom I have honoured with the warmth of my fire, go forth!" And once again he stared at me through the reek of the flame, and pointed with his assegai to the door of the hut.
It was dense enough to shut out everything from the light of the coach-lamps but these its own workings, and a few yards of road; and the reek of
the labouring horses steamed into it, as if they had made it all.
Trainers are supposed to reek of
the turf; O'Brien reeks of megabytes and Star Trek conventions.
But we must remember that after smoking, hospital staff's clothing and breath will reek of
stale smoke and it will be carried back to the wards.
I needed a dictionary by my side, but the descriptions carve vivid scenes that reek of
all the dirtiest sights and smells of the era.
But freeze those maudlin feelings and can the tearful obituaries, for the television desert the region's become must reek of
opportunities to a whole new generation of TV creatives.
From room deodorizers and potpourri to non-organic breakfasts and sheets that reek of
bleach, the typical overnight stay can seem so toxic you'd almost rather stay home.
While most people hanker after the new car smell, the reality is that the vast majority of the 27 million cars on the road are more likely to reek of
fish, vomit and stale milk - made even worse with the hot weather bringing out the worst in any decomposing food lurking under the driver's seat.
Office workers who reek of
cigarette smoke are putting their reputation and career chances at risk, research claims.
Obviously she doesn't mind the reek of
curry and cooking oil.
OFFICE workers who reek of
cigarette smoke are putting their reputation and career chances at risk,new research showed yesterday Only 10% of UK bosses polled by executive consultancy TheAziz Corporation said smelling of cigarette smoke during office hours was acceptable.
But Bock's references aren't limited to the entertainers of Camelot: His manic science experiments with exploding paint balls and cabbages reek of
the Nutty Professor's '60s, while his timing, his wild stare, and his toothy grin are pure turn-of-the-millennium Jim Carrey.
The appointment would reek of
cronyism, arrogance and disdain.