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12) Fallen leaves appear "as limp and noisome as wet leather" (199), while buffeting waves are as "insistent, intimate, insinuating, proprietary as rodents in a dark house" (164).
Cocalis said SunSet City has the potential of becoming a "noisome trade'' and cites a state law that says: "No trade or employment which may result in a nuisance or be harmful to the inhabitants, injurious to their estates, dangerous to the public health, or may be attended by noisome and injurious odors shall be established in a city or town except in such a location as may be assigned by the board of health thereof after a public hearing has been held thereon.
The fumes produced by smokers, noisome and damaging in confined spaces, dissipate harmlessly in the open air so cannot truly be said to cause any real offence or harm to those around them.
Neither the introduction of the noisome gambling machines nor the endless computerraces computergenerated races filling the screens from bogus venues like Steepledowns and Sprintvalley (if the betting shops were to devise more interesting names for their pretend racecourses these might be less irritating.
You [the Man] thus employed, I will go root away / The noisome weeds which without profit suck / The soil's fertility from wholesome flowers" (3.
The reason for slower release of the drug from noisome encapsulated complex may be the interaction of complex with the lipid/surfactant bilayers and bioenhancers.
Paler indeed than the moon ailing in some slow eclipse was the light of it now, wavering and blowing like a noisome exhalation of decay, a corpselight, a light that illuminated nothing.
When in his poem "Each and All," the poet finds beautiful sea shells and takes them home with him, he discovers that "the poor, unsightly, noisome things/ Had left their beauty on the shore .
For hearing-impaired people a confidential conversation cannot be taken for granted: in a noisome environment, even a brief conversation can become a challenge.
In this case, it took a political high-wire act and some noisome sausage-making in 2009-2010 to produce the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
But even without noisome politics, the sheer amount of money required to stage the Olympic Games -- the building contracts for stadiums, transport infrastructure and hotels, together with all the other commercial razzmatazz -- was bound to produce a culture of bribery and kickbacks.
To the extent that a historical test for the Second Amendment permits discretion, and especially discretion reposed in those bodies most responsible for policymaking, perhaps this approach will make the smell of law-office history less noisome.