dirtiness


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The findings are showing that 64% clinicians identified untidiness as a schizophrenic hygiene pattern whereas 92% revealed dirtiness as an indication of schizophrenia.
They added that dirtiness spreading the different diseases in the area.
We will not accept to remain hostages in the hands of a specific party takes his time and dirtiness what can be accepted or not accepted in the UN Security Council.
To return from Europe to the United States, as I did recently, is to be struck by the crumbling infrastructure, the paucity of public spaces, the conspicuous waste (of food and energy above all), the dirtiness of cities and the acuteness of their poverty.
Damascus, SANA- Endowments Minister Mohammad Abdul-Satar al-Sayyed affirmed on Wednesday the need for Ramadan to raise "the real Jihad flag" at the hands of heroes of the army to liberate the land and holy places from the dirtiness of terrorism.
This product is formulated to remove all kind of dirtiness, specially greasy and oily dirt.
Among the topics are the butterfly and the boiling point: reflections on the Arab Spring and after, concrete in paradise: some pictures of coastal California, Detroit Arcadia: exploring the post-American landscape, oil and water: the BP spill in the Gulf, the volcano erupts: Iceland in upheaval, the Great Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami: aftermaths in Japan, apologies to Mexico: the drug trade and the GNP (Gross National Pain), we're breaking up: non-communications in the silicon age, on the dirtiness of laundry and the strength of sisters: mysteries of Henry David Thoreau unsolved, and revolution of the snails: encounters with the Zapatistas.
Something similar happens with mimicked use: as long as it is clear enough to the audience that the speaker is not endorsing racism and so she is only mimicking use, there will be no derogation, even though, admittedly, even mimicked use may cause a sense of squeamishness and dirtiness because the involved word cannot but be perceived as bad.
In this way, Twain created the image of Turkey through his concern about the suspicious-looking food, primitive way of preparing and serving it, and the overall dirtiness of the people.
Bedbugs are not related to cleanliness or dirtiness.
He encourages us to go into the dirtiness of the streets and to the messiness of life, to be with the sheep.
The dirtiness that one witnesses in cities and towns are actually the result of poor civic management coupled with poor civic sense of the citizenry.
29 suciedad, mierda, basura, sucio, asqueroso (GRIME / FILTH / REPUGNANCE: disgusting, dirtiness, shit, trash, dirty, nasty) ARTISTICO / OLEO / PINCEL: pintura, cuadro, 1.
I say bring back old-school presenting - ask the tough questions, ridicule the ridiculous and dig out the dirtiness.
Although Syrians have similar cultural identity as people in the border region; nevertheless, locals complain about the habits of Syrians, such as laziness, noisiness, rudeness and dirtiness.