bad odor


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"And now, my young friend, for you will permit me, I hope, to give you that name," said Lord de Winter, "on this very evening, if agreeable to you, I will present you to my sister, Milady Clarik, for I am desirous that she should take you into her good graces; and as she is not in bad odor at court, she may perhaps on some future day speak a word that will not prove useless to you.
Thus the archdeacon, in spite of the excessive austerity of his life, was in bad odor among all pious souls; and there was no devout nose so inexperienced that it could not smell him out to be a magician.
Men who attempt to do the world mere good than the world is able entirely to comprehend are almost invariably held in bad odor. But yet, if the wise and good man can wait awhile, either the present generation or posterity will do him justice.
then tell me who you are, and get along with you upon your journey," replied the duchess, with the gayety which made her so charming, "for I am sufficiently in bad odor already, without compromising myself still more."
I advise him not to get himself in bad odor with the administration."
In her letter addressed to the Medical Superintendent, Chandka Medical College Hospital, Larkana, she has said that during her visit on 29th July (along with WHO team) to SZWH and CMCH, it was observed by her that there were heaps of garbage and waste throughout the hospital and their bad odor was extremely unpleasant.
Further, Mr Seametso advised residents to stop throwing sanitary pads and nappies at the landfills since they contaminated overflowing waste water and contribute to bad odor in the atmosphere.
Moreover, the large amount of sludge discharge and bad odor leads to severely environmental problems.
A house wife living in the Flats near G-11 Markaz said, 'After staying all the day in flat, I cannot come outside for a while to get fresh air from the corridor as it was full of bad odor produced by the smoke'.
The neighbours notified the police after they smelt bad odor in the house which was occupied by an Indian family, including parents and two children.
to mitigate the most obvious and urgent source." One day, a bad odor was traced back to a blocked sewer grate.
General bad odor was the biggest turnoff for store patrons, cited by 78% of respondents, followed by dirty restrooms (66%), unclean or dusty surfaces (65%), unkempt entryways marred by cigarette butts or overflowing trash cans (60%), and dressing rooms that are dirty or have broken locks or bad lighting (56%).