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Noun1.litterbin - bin (usually in or outside a public building) into which the public can put rubbishlitterbin - bin (usually in or outside a public building) into which the public can put rubbish
bin - a container; usually has a lid
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He tossed the telegram in a litterbin and melted into the motley torrent of people streaming along the street.
The elephant shaped litterbin was officially presented to the school in Hemlington in December 1983 to replace the well loved, but well worn, Kermit the Frog bin.
The rock star, 65, watched with wife Polly Samson as Kingston Crown Court heard their son - a Cambridge University student - threw a litterbin at a Jaguar carrying the prince's protection team.
"It is perfect as a blastproof litterbin to provide protection for the public in the high street, open air events, exhibitions and sporting events like the Olympics.
TONY and science journalist Becky McCall step into the unknown to investigate whether past paranormal events should be taken seriously or dumped into history's litterbin in this new three-part series.
The council says arrangements have also been made for a damaged litterbin to be replaced and the bins at both ends of the route will now be emptied more regularly.
'It is time gum manufacturers offered to help, and that local authorities and Government took a stand to prevent our streets becoming one big, sticky litterbin.'
In another encounter, reported in the local evening newspaper, Rev Palmer came across a youngster sitting on a litterbin and asked if she could pray for him.
Part of a wrought iron litterbin, the base of a floral "Dad" funeral arrangement, a Buddy Holly CD and a mobile phone were among the items found.
Despite the fact it's October and they should all be in the big litterbin in the sky, the rehearsal ground to a halt when John spotted a yellow and black intruder in the lampshade.
I despair that Huddersfield's most famous landmark is used as a litterbin by the moronic few, is neglected by our local authority and that the hotel owners seem devoid of any civic pride.