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a low area that has been filled in

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A garbage crisis recently intensified in Marjayoun after Sidon's city dump, which is the dumping site for many surrounding towns, exceeded its capacity a few months ago.
Skwarok's body was found at the city dump in Wetaskiwin.
David Pryor and his wife, Barbara, were motivated to donate retired campaign funds to the UA for creation of the Pryor Center 10 years ago after learning that another Little Rock station, KARK-TV, Channel 4, had discarded its entire video archive in the city dump when it moved to new facilities in downtown Little Rock.
set up a small pilot plant at the city dump in 2007 to prove up its steam reformation technology, there's been a constant parade of international delegations visiting the site.
One leads to a dung heap and the other to the city dump.
Libertad and his little brother Julio live on the outskirts of Guatemala City near the city dump.
lt;p>aaa The king received details on the development project of an inter-communal city dump, worth some $ 6.
Unlike a transfer station or city dump, these facilities reuse every part of the CFL.
Currently, plans to expand Honolulu's city dump have been delayed by the discovery of large upright stones that may be culturally significant to Native Hawaiians.
The city dump was so full of refuse that it had to refuse more.
Except we're at the city dump, and every piece in the room--a wood bench on bicycle wheels, poignant photos of dog-eared recipes, a road sign sculpture--has been salvaged from residents' collective garbage pile.
This is a reality that our students at the Lutheran and Episcopal seminaries witnessed when we visited the city dump of Matamoros, Mexico, on the border with Brownsville, Texas, during a January cultural immersion experience.
One particular campaign involving DSCEJ unfolded in the late 1990s as residents in a middle-class neighborhood in the lower Ninth Ward sought relocation from their community because it had been atop an old city dump and tested high for toxins.
Clare's compassion and determination, these poor families living at the Naga City dump have new hope.