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So the students began collecting and all agree it has been a sweet-smelling success.
The latest sweet-smelling weapon to be used in the supermarket wars is being adopted by Asda.
Uncle Mike loads bales of sweet-smelling straw onto his wagon and hooks it to his tractor.
After the first verse of Tantum Ergo, another hymn, the same sweet-smelling smoke ritual occurred again.
The male pheromone consists of a mixture of a rare form of linalool--a sweet-smelling oil otherwise found only in coriander seeds--and cresols, a component of a coal tar.
Bring the outdoors in with rustic, sweet-smelling baskets made from the tall, wild grasses proliferating in vacant lots, along roadsides, or perhaps in an unruly corner of your own back yard.
Avoid wearing dark colors and floral prints, loose-fitting garments, open-toe shoes and sweet-smelling perfumes or colognes.
Cheap treat I'M hooked on Radox Shower Smoothies - they're thick, creamy and unbelievably sweet-smelling.
Visit your local florist this week and choose from sweet-smelling stock, large-headed blousy hydrangea, delicately-scented sweet peas and old-style, large-headed rose varieties such as Old Dutch, Amnesia, Sweet Avalanche and Memory Lane.
Babies' skin is five times thinner than adults and absorbs up to 60% of ingredients in hair and skin products but this organic baby range includes sweet-smelling shampoos, body washes and body moisturisers in three blends of organic essential oils.
Flowers, perfumes, and chocolates--people have long used these sweet-smelling objects to attract a mate each Valentine's Day.
Humus is sweet-smelling and fluffy, dark brown in color, appearing to be the richest earth imaginable, even though, strictly speaking, it is nothing but the remnants of living organisms.