Don Quixote writes to Sancho, "I will give special thanks to Heaven which raises up the poor from the dungheap
He's been thrown on the scrapheap - or maybe that should be dungheap
Chris Tarrant was terribly upset and would occasionally invite me back to play this character called Donnie Dungheap
Not only does William refer to the Jew as a "son of the dungheap
," as he swears, the Jewish convert also adopts language in which he speaks of his own father as a "son of the devil.
Moreover, life is a product of putrefecation, and it depends on both death and the dungheap
It's time for the many decent, caring farmers to do something to rescue their industry's image from the dungheap
One must presumably attribute this editorial lapse to cultural virus theory's superficial affinity with Richard Dawkins' meme concept and Daniel Dennett's (1995) description of the brain as 'a sort of dungheap
in which the larvae of other peoples ideas renew themselves'.
Farmers, after all, have been making compost and using it to improve their soil's fertility ever since some ancient agriculturalist first saw weeds sprouting out of the local dungheap
He said the new generation has to start digging out of "this dungheap
of public debt we've buried you under.
Imperial delegates are hurled from a high window into a dungheap
and the Thirty Years War begins.
Sadly, it sinks to the bottom of the dungheap
, easily the worst blockbuster of the summer season.
They gave the pig an almighty thrashing, locked him in the boot of a car, hacked off his hair and then dumped him on a dungheap
Yet if Al isn't king of his castle, he is of the dungheap
The heatwave caused a giant dungheap
to catch fire at a stables owned by Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts.
He becomes the talk of the dungheap
as the first piglet to herd sheep.