Everything that stinks does not kill, and everything that kills does not stink  

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"Everything that stinks does not kill, and everything that kills does not stink" is a dictum attributed by Alain Corbin to Paul Brouardel.

Today, it is attributed to Henri Marie Bouley in 1884 who said: "Tout ce qui pue, ne tue pas ; tout ce qui tue, ne pue pas".

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