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Climbing up another perpendicular flight, composed with great mechanical ingenuity of nothing but corner stairs, Mr Ralph Nickleby stopped to take breath on the landing, when he was overtaken by the handmaid, whom the politeness of Miss La Creevy had dispatched to announce him, and who had apparently been making a variety of unsuccessful attempts, since their last interview, to wipe her dirty face clean, upon an apron much dirtier.
Look at Frisco, the labor leaders doin' dirtier polities than the old parties, pawin' an' squabblin' over graft, an' goin' to San Quentin, while--what are the Frisco carpenters doin'?
The doctor's friend was in the positive degree of hoarseness, puffiness, red-facedness, all-fours, tobacco, dirt, and brandy; the doctor in the comparative--hoarser, puffier, more red-faced, more all-fourey, tobaccoer, dirtier, and brandier.
A dirtier or more wretched place he had never seen.
With Blairite Liz Kendall having already slated Mr Corbyn, this election is getting dirtier by the day.
But dirtier, according to the survey, are the South East, Yorkshire and Humber, Greater London and the North West.
Doctors' stethoscopes are dirtier than their hands, found a new study published in the March issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
found computer keyboards, tablets and phones are dirtier than the average toilet seat, with bacteria that can cause vomiting, diarrhoea, E.
Environmentalists worry over that since Canada's tar sands oil is heavier and dirtier, a spill in the future meant difficult and longer to clean up.
Turns out super-clean cut Jason DeRulo is probably a bit dirtier than you thought.
Told in a rhythmic, rhyming text, the reader follows a progressively dirtier and dirtier dinosaur.
Washington, Mar 21 ( ANI ): Ice from fast food restaurants is dirtier than toilet water, a school science project by a 12-year-old found.