the nose knows

the nose knows

An odor has made something obvious. Oh, the nose knows—somebody was definitely smoking in my house! It's time to give the dog a bath. Trust me, the nose knows.
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In effect, the study confirmed the old adage, "The nose knows"--and knowing can help us raise a stink about misinformation.
"The Nose Knows" is a mystery following courageous mutt Spunky, who looks after the widowed Dr.
The Nose Knows. Cats have a reputation for being finicky when it comes to food, and the way a food smells plays a big role in whether they will eat it.
Avery Gilbert, author of What the Nose Knows: The Science of Scent in Everyday Life, added that "the big problem is lining up which odor molecules go with which receptors.
The nose knows. It could be seen as our first line of defence against disease in the body.
After an introduction ('The Midden Age') the book has a hundred-page chapter 'The Beginning', divided under headings such as 'Broken Air', 'The Nose Knows', and so on.
"The nose knows" is the motto among Master-at-Arms Sailors stationed aboard the Navy's Military Working Dog Kennel, at Naval Support Activity (NSA) Bahrain.
Wilkoff's column was an interesting reminder about olfactory diagnoses ("The Nose Knows," Letters From Maine, June 2005, p.
With all the science available, when it comes to indoor pools and chloramines, the Nose Knows Best!
THE NOSE KNOWS: Irishtown residents Nan Griffen, Damien Cassidy and Frances Hevey who live with the stink from the sewage plant in Ringsend; READY, SET..
When it comes to emerging problems, Buckman's Woodward noted that the nose knows. "Odor control is becoming the most important biological control problem for two reasons," she stated.
The nose knows when the system is out of whack by the telltale sulfide odors; this is present during crush, bottling and tank cleaning operations.
Smell tests have been widely touted as a diagnostic tool for Alzheimer's disease (AD), under the theory that the nose knows more about the earliest signs of AD than any other bodily system.