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1. For weeks the affair threatened to be a cesspit of scandal.
2. By leaking, like cesspits, they contaminated ground water.
3. Scutari was built over a cesspit.
4. Mordovia is the cesspit into which are flushed the malcontents and malefactors of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
5. But we cannot relegate computer games to the cesspit of pop culture solely on the evidence of the current crop of games.
6. It was a kind of cesspit constantly seething with smallpox and bubonic plague.
7. The company put a camera in to the cesspit tank, filtered the waste and even sent a brave worker into the tank with a metal detector to help Speirs but failed.
8. A once charming rural idyll, Emmerdale had become a moral cesspit.
9. Archaeologists believe they are on the cusp of shedding new light on the life of William Shakespeare –by digging up what may have been the playwright's cesspit.
10. The racism alluded to in the first part explodes in all its savagery, and the town – which seemed to be guilty only of a forgivable insularity – becomes a cesspit.
11. But this could actually yield some fantastic results, especially if it was an area where rubbish was thrown or the cesspit was located.
12. So says the skeptic. But we cannot relegate computer games to the cesspit of pop culture solely on the evidence of the current crop of games.sentencedict.com/cesspit.html
13. Although little remains of the property, the team, led by Birmingham Archaeology, believes it has identified a rubbish tip or cesspit used by the 16th century poet.
14. Ten thousand Jus in the coffin absorb Suo Suo, than that village inside's most simple and crude grass shed Mr. the vacillating Ju still want in the middle of the Ci cesspit disgusted must and doubly.
15. The ugly evil of bureaucracy, which no comrade likes, must be thrown into the cesspit.
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