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1  It was an elemental odor, raw and crude; it was rich, almost rancid, sensual, and strong.
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
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2  And along with the thickening smoke they began to notice another circumstance, a strange, pungent odor.
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3  For the odors of these ghastly charnel houses there may be words in Lithuanian, but there are none in English.
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4  He tried once or twice, stammering and balking, to the annoyance of the judge, who was gasping from the odor of fertilizer.
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5  The lard was finished on the floor above, and it came in little jets, like beautiful, wriggling, snow-white snakes of unpleasant odor.
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6  The place had an odor for which there are no polite words; and it was sprinkled over with children, who raked in it from dawn till dark.
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7  And yet, in spite of this, there would be hams found spoiled, some of them with an odor so bad that a man could hardly bear to be in the room with them.
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8  Cut up by the two-thousand-revolutions-a-minute flyers, and mixed with half a ton of other meat, no odor that ever was in a ham could make any difference.
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9  They were not sure that it was unpleasant, this odor; some might have called it sickening, but their taste in odors was not developed, and they were only sure that it was curious.
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10  They were not sure that it was unpleasant, this odor; some might have called it sickening, but their taste in odors was not developed, and they were only sure that it was curious.
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11  There were men who worked in the cooking rooms, in the midst of steam and sickening odors, by artificial light; in these rooms the germs of tuberculosis might live for two years, but the supply was renewed every hour.
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12  One wondered about this, as also about the swarms of flies which hung about the scene, literally blackening the air, and the strange, fetid odor which assailed one's nostrils, a ghastly odor, of all the dead things of the universe.
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13  In the corner to the left are the three musicians, upon a little platform, toiling heroically to make some impression upon the hubbub; also the babies, similarly occupied, and an open window whence the populace imbibes the sights and sounds and odors.
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14  And then the farmer in Maine or California or Texas would buy this, at say twenty-five dollars a ton, and plant it with his corn; and for several days after the operation the fields would have a strong odor, and the farmer and his wagon and the very horses that had hauled it would all have it too.
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