untidiness


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The makeover is more than necessary, even though the area's natural untidiness has an old-Cyprus charm about it.
For example, in the first chapter, Mayor Moe notices the chaos and untidiness in the council chambers.
Other violations included the poor hygiene, improper cleaning of beauty equipment, use of expired or fake substances, untidiness, careless attention to hair washers and improper placing of cosmetics etc.
A little bit of untidiness is good for all sorts of bugs and birds and there are many other advantages to delaying your garden clearance, you'll not only save yourself time and effort but you'll also protect nature while doing so.
A so-called "blitz" will take place in different city neighbourhoods to tackle litter and general untidiness and known hotspots will be targeted too.
Churned up verges add to the untidiness of an area and, like graffiti and broken fences and windows, act as a magnet for crime and anti-social behaviour, it was claimed.
Wildlife advisor at the RSPB, Ben Andrew, says: "A little bit of untidiness is good for all sorts of bugs and birds and there are many other benefits to delaying your garden clearance.
Ben Andrew, Wildlife Advisor at the RSPB, says: "A little bit of untidiness is good for all sorts of bugs and birds and there are many other benefits to delaying your garden clearance, you'll not only save yourself time and effort but you'll also protect nature while doing so.
"I just cannot stand untidiness. "All I am trying to do is make people aware it should be picked up.
ready, set, grow: We're making inroads into the untidiness that so often prevails at this time of year.
READY, SET, GROW: We're making real inroads into the general untidiness that so often prevails at this time of year.
JOANNA Lumley hates untidiness so much she often leaves motorway service loos looking...