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sniffer

(snif′ĕr)
A colloquial term for any inhaled substance used illicitly to become intoxicated. Examples include benzene, ether, gasoline, and glue.
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In addition to Series One, two limited edition Whiffer Sniffers are only available for a limited Christmas 2015 production run:
8220;The essence of the Sniffers is to provide entertainment and exciting moments for the player.
But sniffer makers say they've ironed out these problems.
Series One of The Original Whiffer Sniffers is available as 12 unique scented plush characters that can be purchased as either a smaller, collectible backpack clip size or a larger huggable plush size.
Our business plan is to introduce it in the first quarter of 2013 and we expect sales through the end of 2013 of at least 250 Sniffers = 1.
The Sniffer can be used by any law enforcement agency anywhere in the world that is involved in the detection and identifying of suspected substances.
Implant's Quantum Sniffer technology is differentiated from competitive products as a result of being a non-contact device that detects most explosives vapors directly as opposed to hand wiping of all trace explosives particles as competitive products presently do.
QUANTUM SNIFFERS NOW REPRESENTED IN COUNTRIES WITHIN EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST AND ASIA PACIFIC RIM
Recently the Company delivered 15 hand-held bomb detectors, called Quantum Sniffers, to the U.
Our initial expectation was a potential production order following the successful field testing of three (3) "production ready" Quantum Sniffers, scheduled for delivery to the Navy in late September 2004.
The Company is scheduled to deliver its first three production ready Quantum Sniffers for evaluation by the U.
7 million contract from the United States Navy for the development of 3 commercial ready Quantum Sniffers.