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Having run out of landfill space, Naples has found a temporary solution: shipping its trash to Germany.
Taking the Kids
By NANCY M. BETTER
This colorful, laid-back country, full of ancient archaeological sites and modern military monuments, is perfect for teenagers who thrive on action and intrigue.
This seems to be the downside for wannabe dolls: Few men are actually willing to knock on their doors. Both Moris and Agehas remain minorities, too cultish for the layman to understand and too technically difficult to easily emulate. Consequently they have about them the whiff of a secret society.
Having a relaxed or casual atmosphere or character; easygoing: “laid-back, untroubled people” (New Yorker).
laidbackness laid'-back'ness n.
noun [C usually singular]
1 a brief smell, carried on a current of air:
He leaned towards me and I caught/got a whiff of garlic.
During the first few months of pregnancy the slightest whiff of food cooking made my stomach turn.
2 a whiff of sth a slight sign of something:
They regularly hold elections without a whiff of corruption or violence.
adjective UK INFORMAL
He hadn't showered for a couple of days and was starting to get whiffy.