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Synonyms for ashbin

a bin that holds rubbish until it is collected

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(17) It is this sort of thinking, by which Ghil dismantles literary tradition in order to fill it back up again with himself, that has relegated Ghil to the ashbin of symbolist fallout.
For all practical purposes we should simply acknowledge that the world is composed of managed ecosystems and a program that seeks to be limited to those incredibly small corners of the world that may not have been influenced by humans, is doomed to that famous ashbin of history.
We can't change history; however, some want to forget, distort, and revise it, thereby placing America's religious truths in history's ashbin.
Although Faustina's diary is the only mystical text composed in Polish, it might have ended up in the ashbin of history had it not been for Karol Wojtyla, later to become Pope John Paul II.
And with the amount of trash on our potholed streets, our city, which used to be the Athens of the North, is now the ashbin of the north.
But that does not alter the fundamental conclusion: the Cuban trade embargo should be consigned to the ashbin of history."
conference in Culver City, California, Duke gave an interview to Evelyn Rich, who was writing a dissertation on the Klan, in which he extolled Nazism, saying "It might take decades to bring this government down" and that Jews deserve" to go in the ashbin of history." Those tapes were used in powerful stories and subsequent anti-Duke campaign spots here on radio and television.
Residents were even reminded of an Aberdeen bylaw telling them not to put ashbins outside overnight due to an increase of people barking their shins during the blackout.
Many terraced houses were fitted with improved fixed sanitary ashbins from 1898.
Characters include blind, chair-bound Hamm; his beleaguered servant, Clov; his parents, Nagg and Nell, living in ashbins; and a black toy dog with a missing leg.
Front left, touching each other, covered with an old sheet, two ashbins.
But he also knew that after 10,000 columns and a half century of reporting that his energy was fading and he talked about his "new betters," Jimmy Breslin and Jim Dwyer, and he often told me that he was headed for the "ashbins" because his editors were cutting back his columns, and instead of writing five a week, as he did at the New York Post, he was now down to two a week.
Most frontier settlers built ashbins and collected fireplace and wood stove ashes to make lye for soap and other uses.