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foul or dirty matter

something that is offensive to accepted standards of decency

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A continuacion analiza el trasvase del argot rimado en Filth, que es una fuente de problemas por ser un mecanismo de creacion lexica exclusivo del ingles y que exige genialidad por parte del traductor.
In The Filth, Adam and his alienated sweetheart Eve inhabit a 2-D comic book universe known as Status Quorum.
Ozzfest remains a popular and lucrative summer tour and is typically laden with bands that built their careers in the musical underground (Cradle of Filth was part of the 2003 trek).
Displaying rare depth and coherence, Cohen's volume gives an excellent, eclectic look at the rich figurality of filth and makes a compelling case for its importance to an understanding of modernism.
The Quran absolves all these noble and pure prophets of all the filth such Israelite superstitions, which the Jews added to the Torah, tried to attach to them.
More than mere war stories, however, these anecdotal memoirs strip all of the supposed glory from close-in ground combat and show it in all of its filth, grief, and abject terror.
Pacepa wrote that one of his agents, Constantin Munteanu, once reported to him after monitoring a session with Ararat and his homosexual bodyguard: "I've never before seen so much cleverness, blood, and filth altogether in one man.
His solo debut on Broadway is more than a pumped-up lounge act--it's a two-hour barrage of physical humor, singing, dancing, and dishing filth.
In a transaction arranged by CB Richard Ellis, Caspian Capital Management, LLC, an affiliate of CDC IXIS MA, has committed to 5,945 s/f of prime office space at 745 Filth Avenue.
A zoned-out male voiceover adds further uncertainty: "Stagnant, foul, soup, rancid, filth, seething .
Police charged the seniors for allegedly beating juniors and showering them with urine, excrement and other filth during the hazing.
The appeals court held that the inmate's exposure to feces in his cell, foul water, filth, excessive heat, smoke, and mace, and the lack of outdoor exercise, resulted in a substantial risk of serious harm.
The apparatus features a cleaning water-feeding hose connected to the diaper cup body for feeding water into the inside of the diaper cup body, and a filth sucking hose connected to the diaper cup body for sucking cleaning water and filth from within the inside of the diaper cup body.
There is filth on the floor, and it must be scraped up with the muckrake," Theodore Roosevelt told journalists investigating corruption in the Senate in 1906; but, he added, those who insist on publicly exposing that filth risk becoming "one of the most potent forces of evil.
As 'N Sync and Britney Spears have managed to make it to the covers of national news magazines, I couldn't help but feel maudlin while watching Julien Temple's excellent documentary on the Sex Pistols, The Filth and the Fury (Fine Line Features).