He could differentiate the innumerable species of the herbivora by scent, and he could tell, too, whether an animal was approaching or departing merely by the waxing or waning strength of its effluvium
None of these was like it, though it had something of them all, with, added, the sourness of chemical waste and the poisonous effluvium of the bilge of a water-logged ship whereon a multitude of rats had been drowned.
Beside them was the dark well-hole, with that horrid effluvium stealing up from its mysterious depths.
Where a foot is placed an effluvium
remains for a considerable time.
Frequently, when passing at the distance of half a mile to leeward of a herd, I have perceived the whole air tainted with the effluvium
In places it was totally obliterated by the passage of many beasts, and where the way was rocky, even Tarzan of the Apes was almost baffled; but there was still the faint effluvium
which clung to the human spoor, appreciable only to such highly trained perceptive powers as were Tarzan's.
And he breathed the breath of the house--a dank savour rather than a smell --a cold, musty effluvium
as from underground vaults mingled with the reeking exhalations of linoleum and mildewed and rotten woodwork.
Its medical name is telogen effluvium
and it can be triggered by pregnancy, surgery or serious illness -- usually three months after the event -- and is due to traumatic disruption of the hair-growth cycle.
was diagnosed during the 28 days following treatment initiation.
This physical stress could trigger a type of hair loss called telogen effluvium
There is little or no attempt to see violence as an unseen, systemic phenomenon whose physical manifestation is merely its effluvium
She'd looked it up in the library: effluvium
, a noxious or disagreeable exhalation.