SNIFF


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AcronymDefinition
SNIFFSocial Network Integrated Friend Finder (mobile messaging)
SNIFFSafe Notification and Information for Fragrances Act
SNIFFStudy of Nasal Insulin to Fight Forgetfulness (clinical trial)
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Then she gave a contented little sniff, and fell fast asleep, her head on my breast, till we bundled out at Simla, two of the four happiest people in all the world that night.
And one would open the door and mount the steps, and stagger back into the arms of the man behind him; and they would all come and have a sniff, and then droop off and squeeze into other carriages, or pay the difference and go first.
It was well for those boys then that there was one among them who could sniff danger even in his sleep.
Nothing is more dangerous than being without food," declared the horse, with a sniff at the rebuke of his young master; "and just at present no one can tell whether there are any oats in this queer country or not.
Meantime, the Woozy had approached the Sawhorse and begun to sniff at it.
He sniffed at his fingers, as a wild beast might sniff at the life-blood upon a wounded paw.
One or two young bulls who had not been old enough to remember him sidled up on all fours to sniff at him, and one bared his fangs and growled threateningly--he wished to put Tarzan immediately into his proper place.
His first instinct was to sniff, and a sense of relief crept through him when he realized that this room, at any rate, was free from abnormal odors.
Toby took the shortest possible sniff at the edge of the basket, and cried out in a rapture:
He kept quiet a little longer, and then gave a prodigious sniff.
After a quick look around the room and a sniff of the bunk and under the bunk which informed him that Jerry was not present, Michael turned his attention to Kwaque.
One careless sniff had satisfied his mate, and she trotted on to reassure him.