It’s just another dirty bus coming along.”
Fourth, how are the circumstances that call for dirty hands best described?
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I think that’s the definition of a dirty war”.
Dirty glasses were dunked in dirty sinks.
And hadn’t Dirty Des showed him a video of his Westferry development proposal?
A more colorful description, "hair on a deal," is commonly used to describe the "dirty" terms.
All they have to spice up their meals of rice and scavenged vegetables is salt, held in a dirty sack.
Even the less colloquial phrases – like drug-abuser and getting clean (or dirty) – are loaded with judgement.
He also bridles slightly at the mention of the other phrase that is frequently applied to him – dirty trickster.
Not dirty in a ‘low hygiene score’ way, dirty in a ‘ooo naughty food that’s bad for you but tastes sooo goood’ way.
A splash of the pickle brine makes it ''dirty,'' as a splash of olive brine would make it a straight ''dirty martini.''
They were dirty papers—very dirty—and Gluck, the printer, would take his Bible oath to their having been printed in Rotterdam.
Dirty bomb, also called radiological dispersion device (RDD), explosive device designed to scatter radioactive material, hence the adjective dirty.
Cities are dirty, business is dirty, politics is dirty but you can still start small with a New Year's Resolution to keep your face clean.
We needed to see how the dirty politics of a group of dirty people caused your efforts to be blown away with the wind," one Twitter user @persianhuman commented.
A basket can store wet or dry clothes, dirty or clean, and will handle everything from holding the dirty clothes as they build up to transporting them to the washer and back.
In the course of addressing these issues, the dirty hands challenge is also distinguished from that of political realism, with which it has some affinities, and the resort to role morality to render dirty hands coherent is discussed, as is the issue of the desirability of shaming or punishing dirty hands agents.
Violations: An absence of backflow-prevention devices for a coffee machine and a glass-washing machine; milk and half-and-half stored at excessive temperatures; failure to discard expired sour cream and salsa; storing eggs and other food items in dirty containers; dirty cups, bowls, and cutting boards; storing dishes, pots, and utensils in dirty ovens.
- vile; despicable
Example: a dirty (or lousy) trick
- soiled or likely to soil with dirt or grime
Example: dirty unswept sidewalks
- make soiled, filthy, or dirty
- contaminated with infecting organisms
Example: dirty wounds
- (of behavior or especially language) characterized by obscenity or indecency
Example: dirty words
- (of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear
Example: "dirty" is often used in combination
- spreading pollution or contamination; especially radioactive contamination
Example: the air near the foundry was always dirty
- (of a manuscript) defaced with changes
Example: foul (or dirty) copy
- obtained illegally or by improper means
Example: dirty money
- expressing or revealing hostility or dislike
Example: dirty looks
- violating accepted standards or rules
Example: a dirty fighter
- unethical or dishonest
Example: dirty police officers
- unpleasantly stormy
Example: there's dirty weather in the offing
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Violations An absence of backflow-prevention devices for a coffee machine and a glass-washing machine milk and half-and-half stored at excessive temperatures failure to discard expired sour cream and salsa storing eggs and other food items in dirty containers dirty cups bowls and cutting boards storing dishes pots and utensils in dirty ovens