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The second last sentence implies that arsenic smells like bitter almond, too. Is that correct, a mistake or just used synonymous to \"poison\"? According to dict.cc, it isn\'t.
Neither. That sentence implies that writers frequently mix up arsenic and cyanide, attributing aspects of cyanide to arsenic.
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