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smeller

n. (one’s) nose. I think my smeller’s gone bad because of my cold.
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33) And it is worth nothing that in every case of realized physical smell perception, the smeller is either Don Quixote or Sancho Panza and not one of the other characters.
Small nuclear reactor technology offers a host of benefits over traditional large reactors--namely, a smeller footprint, scalable design, factory-based construction, portability, and passive safety features.
Meaning that if it is to compete, the Sainsbury's upstart has to be as good at non-food as its established competitors, on much smeller volumes.
A year earlier, taking the same antibiotic for two weeks did nothing for the smeller.
FIERCE Freddie the Frightening Fryer and Super Sally Smoke Smeller have joined the fight to snuff out chip pan fires.
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.
Because APS film cartridges are slightly smeller than 35mm rolls, Fuji has been able to make the Q1 small enough to fit easily in the palm of the hand.
When the fertilier manufacturing project is fully operational, we expect to achieve a long held goal of the company to reduce the sulphur dioxide emissions from the copper smeller stack at Mount Isa by up to 80%.
Then, last November, it issued proposed revisions that called for tightening the ozone standard by about 10 percent and for creating a new standard for smeller particles of soot--those at or below 2.