street cleaner


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Noun1.street cleaner - a worker employed to clean streets (especially one employed by a municipal sanitation department)street cleaner - a worker employed to clean streets (especially one employed by a municipal sanitation department)
cleaner - someone whose occupation is cleaning
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street cleaner

street sweeper nspazzino/a, netturbino/a
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examiner.co.uk What were the top stories on examiner.co.uk last week 1) Tributes to 'eccentric' and 'lovable' Holmfirth street cleaner Adrian Smith who died after Huddersfield town centre attack.
A 57-YEAR-OLD woman who claimed to be a street cleaner was arrested for allegedly selling illegal drugs in barangay Guadalupe, Cebu City Friday night.
A SMOKER has been fined after throwing his cigarette down a drain - as he chatted to a street cleaner.
A STREET cleaner struck gold when he found a Rolex watch down a drain.
If a street cleaner lost his/her job and was replaced by a community service unemployed person, then if that street cleaner was on the dole for more than six months, he could be told to join the community service scheme and clean the same streets he used to get paid to clean.
Doug Walton, 56, street cleaner, Newcastle: Yes I think there should be more protection.
AT our local shops a street cleaner cleans up pavements early morning and has to return after lunch to clean up mess left by school children.
So magine their delight several weeks later when by chance they bumped into street cleaner Ashley Wellburn on his rounds in Mir-field.
Making the biggest impression are the paintings - about A4 size, showing Saint Paraskeva, holding aloft a cross in typical icon-style, an evan-gelist, clutching a Bible, a sailor, 'punk rock girl', and best of all the Beijing Street Cleaner. Horace took a photo of her and made the painting from it and it stands out.
A STREET cleaner had a lucky escape when he picked up a sack of rubbish - and found it contained unexploded hand grenades.
A few were placed a couple of weeks later then after a while taken away as they were the wrong design so the street cleaner wasn't allowed by the union to lift them out to empty them.
ABOUT nine months ago I wrote to the city council to commend them on the performance of a street cleaner, named Paul, who had cleaned my long street superbly.