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  • n  an unpleasant smell

  • The reason: SKF employes, confused by all the niff-naw, thought that the bearings they were making were going to Germany.
  • In their own way, the British were equally enthusiastic : "This ol' street may niff a bit, but it don't smell as bad as .

  • Margo MacDonald in BBC News
    Ms MacDonald, who has been a fierce critic of the £431m building project, said: "Pigeon poo is very unsightly and it's causing a bit of a niff in some parts of the building. It's totally unhygienic and it's attracting flies and bluebottles."

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