In the face of such compelling images, the immediate response is to send money, food, medicines, relief workers, sniffer dogs.
Existing methodology can involve plough-like, armor-plated machines, handheld metal detectors and sniffer dogs.
Perhaps the spirit of the sniffer may still inspire some of the jurors who from time to time make themselves heard in your case.
He has had ten dollars' worth of telling to-day by 'sniffer' Orne.
She had seen hell, one might say, and is the Sphynxian sniffer at the value of a secret.
Contemptible; mean; nasty, esp in an insinuating way • Now used nearly exclusively in reference to remarks and persons who make them: A woman gets nothing but snide remarks about her driving skills
[1859+; origin unknown]