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Only A4 can sniff the complete communication data in DHC.
David John Devennie, 41, from Gosforth, who was watching Sniff with his young son said: "I was walking past and it just caught my eye.
My friends try to make me sniff, they say "here, here, try to have some".
City of Lago Vista (which went too far, in my view) has even allowed a custodial arrest for a minor traffic violation, (18) so a dog sniff that doesn't intrude into the car or prolong the stop does not seem too troublesome.
THE FIVE EPISODES ON "BOBBY'S WORLD: SCRATCH 'N' SNIFF EPISODES" BEGIN WITH "UNCLE TED'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE.
As Hammock built her olfactometer, Lytwyn puzzled over how to teach an otter to sniff on command.
While not as sensitive as a canine or even human nose, "e-nose" devices are consistent, objective, and immune to any harmful chemicals they may sniff.
People who let their friends sniff gas ought to know that is what happens and people who sell gas to youngsters need to realise that is what can happen.
If the motorist denied permission, a narcotics detection dog would be summoned to sniff the exterior of the vehicle.
In Place, agents seized Place's bag and, 90 minutes later, submitted it to a dog sniff.
Some parents say they started drinking again because their children sniff gas.
I didn't know what glue was, but I was bored with my life and a friend who has been living in the streets longer than me invited me to sniff it just for fun," he said.