SMELT


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AcronymDefinition
SMELTSimple Monitoring Evaluating and Logging Tool (disk monitoring)
SMELTShock Mitigation for Entry Location Tests
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I smelt him out this morning when I was alive; now that I am as one already dead, I smell him out again.
One person wrote: "Yes I smelt it when I come [sic] out of my friends in Gorton and it was bad all the way home to Clayton."
Steve Hill The main road from A470 from Abercynon to Mountain Ash has smelt of gas for years.
In some cases, smelt have been blamed for complete recruitment failure in walleye populations.
New legislation in the Marine Bill is likely to extend to the Environment Agency's duty to protect smelt, so fisheries officers wanted to determine if the species was still present in the River Tyne.
'Many of the men preferred the citrus fragrance, and one person vomited after they smelt the lion urine,' he added.
One thing smelt lovers from both camps agree on: It's good that clouds of the skinny-bodied wrigglers are once again in the Columbia River and its tributaries.
This paper presents initial findings concerning the influence of metaborate addition on liquor burning properties, smelt bed melting behavior, and fireside deposit characteristics in superheaters.
Descriptions included "Smells like a pig farm!" Yesterday, one resident said: "I smelt it this morning when I left my house.
Smelt Osmerus eperlanus (L.) is the main zooplanktivorous fish species in Lake Peipsi and is so an important predator on zooplankton and large invertebrates in this lake.
The shampoo had a smell that one could say reminded one of limes, but in reality had a smell that some boffin thought was like what we would think limes smelt like ( only stronger, sweeter and not lime.