It's dirty

It's dirty   
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"It's dirty," replied Prince Andrew, making a grimace.
And then, when it's dirty all over--so--" (he passed his hand across his own rosy cheeks as he spoke) "then she washes it."
You'll say it's dirty, low- down business; but what if it is?
Yes, it's dirty business as usual but worth even more, with more powerful players - and bigger risks.
He said: "People think it's dirty because there's flies in here, they don't understand it is a big problem in the area."
It makes you feel like it's dirty even though it isn't.
"The window is more than 30 years old, it's dirty and can't be cleaned - and it rattles.
If you knock out a tooth: | Find the tooth | Hold it by the crown (the white bit that sticks out of the gum) | Lick the tooth clean if it's dirty, or rinse it in water | Put it back into position (adult teeth only) | Bite on a handkerchief to hold the tooth in place | Go to see a dentist as an emergency The sooner a knocked-out tooth is re-implanted, the more likely it is to embed itself back into the gum.
'The impression of people on government hospitals is that it's dirty and inefficient so we wanted to mediate and, through a little help from the PCSO, we will change the impression of people on government hospitals,' Pinili said.
If it is located on your home or property and it's dirty, Ethan and the team at Alpha Services wants to make it like new again for you.
"If we're gonna get punched multiple times and there aren't calls or suspensions, then I got a problem with it," said Compton, later adding that "it's dirty basketball."