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Five of Artibello's dogs are specially trained to sniff out bedbugs.

Earlier this month there was a drug sweep that used 10 dogs to sniff out problems.

But you don't have to have the nose of an Attorney General to sniff out a fake phone call.

The chocolate shooter comes with a warning in the box to not sniff too much, Persoone said.

Even with a weak NFC East, this depleted Dallas roster won’t sniff the Super Bowl this season.

Once those Chechens sniff Russian troops in the neighborhood, the knives will be out, literally.

Clive Owen and Eve Best circle their cage and sniff their prey like polite, existential panthers.

They deployed large rats, attached by leashes to long poles, that had been trained to sniff out TNT.

Given what we now know, and to put it in appropriately blunt terms: That fails to pass the sniff test.

Loren Eisley once observed that like the herd animals we are, we sniff warily at the strange one among us.

As she got in the new car she took a sniff of the luxurious leather seats.

I got a sniff of something burning when I woke up, and went outside the tent.

At the first sniff of danger, the animal ran back into its hole.

If you sniff glue, it could cause serious health problems.

Here, take a sniff of this perfume. Isn't that nice?

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