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Off it, Snyder continues to recirculate his bad air and give the organization an unsavory whiff.
Suddenly, it hits you—a texture of reality carried by a strong whiff of … horse manure.
Some Great Big Story employees caught that whiff of trouble later in 2019 as WarnerMedia began to move employees from Time Warner Center to its new home at Hudson Yards.
We got a whiff of investor enthusiasm last week as the S&P 500 and Nasdaq both rallied to their highest weekly gains in three months.
I appreciate the simple things I took for granted – each breath, whiff of fresh air, the sun and trees.
In the latest such instance, all it took was a whiff of a noxious gaseous chemical in the planet’s clouds, hinting that Venus might harbor life, to stop the presses and start the tweetstorms.
Then I caught a whiff of burning wood and in ten minutes I was reconnoitering a tiny glade.
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The next instant he caught a whiff of smoke and saw it rising in a dense cloud through the trees.
A whiff of foreign smell and a sound of foreign speech reached the passengers at about the same moment.
At last the fire of the corsair ceased, and a whiff of air carried away the smoke.

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