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thickly covered with ingrained dirt or soot

(of color) discolored by impurities

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Many of these families will wake up in a cramped and dingy hostel room.
Joe's younger brother Chris, 20, an RNLI member, was setting out to sail and raced to help the sinking dingy when he saw the distress flares.
Walking back to the car park later that day it was no longer there, presumably painted over on the instructions of Kirklees back to drab and dingy.
The Butterfly Conservation welcomed the move in October stating that the Dingy Skipper was one of the rarest and most threatened species in the UK.
Mr John, a carer, said: "I knew Dingy from the 70s and grew up with him.
People need to stop living in godowns and dingy shops.
Natalie would never, in a million years, take that dingy out by herself.
Thewhole of the arrivals area was dingy, run down and cramped, and it looked as if it has been this way since the airport first opened.
They have been transporting general requirements such as food and beverages to the Chalei detachment around seven nautical miles from Chundikulam on a dingy boat when they went missing, he further said.
Sarah James, 19, "didn't stand a chance" when the mast of the dingy pierced thewindscreen of the Rover she was travelling in.
A FATHER and son were rescued by Aberdyfi lifeboat after the boy was swept out to sea on an inflatable dingy.
Further you equate an alcohol ban with intolerance "which would drag Bahrain to the dark and dingy days of fundamentalism and the isolation that comes with it".
Meanwhile, in Worcestershire, driver Chris Clayton sat atop his submerged 4x4 on a flooded road at Tenbury Wells until put in a dingy by rescuers.
Maze Park is great place to see a range of butterflies, from common species such as meadow brown, small skipper and common blue, to much less widespread species such as dingy skipper.
Vornado eventually circulated plans that envision a far more sweeping redevelopment of the area, including the relocation of Madison Square Garden, development of millions of square of commercial space on and around MSG's current site, and the renovation of Penn Station, which for years has been derided for its confusing layout and dingy, cramped corridors.