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Visit Lake Sebu now, before evil practices or forces of nature could completely mar its original garden state, and ungainly sights bedim your eyes-or forever feel that twinge of regret.
The authors thank the members of the BEDIM (UCN) for their support in the field and during the experiment.
The key motif of earthiness and filth appears at the opening of this piece, once again treated with an uncomfortably light tone: 'Dirt, one would fancy, is plenty enough all over the world, being the symbolic accompaniment of the foul encrustation which began to settle over and bedim all earthly things as soon as Eve had bitten the apple [.