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Meanwhile, dogs have about 850 receptor types and mice about 1,100 or 1,200, so they are capable of discerning a much greater variety of smells—including those produced by the malfunctions of our bodies.
Additional funding will also ease perennial problems of US democracy, like long lines or voting machine malfunctions.
One of the most egregious malfunctions happened in Michigan in 2013.
The wiring on all of these things can fray, overheat, malfunction and start a fire.
This type of error is common, Mahar said, and often due to human error or computer malfunction.
He envisaged a future free of pool hall smells and the glandular malfunctioning of his predator owner.
THE LAND OF LOOK BEHINDPAUL CAMERON BROWN
It is a typical example of malfunctioning, probably as vivid as the language of politics.
As a result carbon deposits form that eventually cause malfunctioning of the spark plugs, valves, and combustion chambers.
We find pleasure in them because they tend to excuse our badly malfunctioning circuits.
HUMAN ERRORRAYMOND F. JONES
But the medics think it was some malfunctioning of the lungs.
TEN FROM INFINITYPAUL W. FAIRMAN

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