excrement


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You couldn't open the door to the bathroom because the floor was 2 1 inches thick with excrement.
Contract notice: Maintenance and operation of trash bins, racks for bags for dog excrements (including supplying bags) and ashtrays in the City District Prague 6th
So what does she suggest we do to reduce the near 7 million dogs in England and Wales depositing 1000 tonnes of excrement onto our pavements on a daily basis?
But the tasty-looking toms conceal a disgusting secret - they are growing because of human excrement dumped from trains.
A MAN was yesterday sentenced to four months in prison for throwing a cup filled with excrement at four prison officers during what was "a personal dirty protest" Paul Balmer, 41, was found guilty of assaulting the staff members on April 19 this year.
One example read: "He had been left in a bare bed, naked in his own excrement, excrement ground into his fingernails, left without a blanket.
These soil-dwelling bugs eat animal excrement, including llama dung.
In Victorian times, dogs' excrement was a money earner for those who ventured into it for the leather-tanning business.
TEENAGE yobs have smeared human excrement and graffiti over the door of a 90-year-old war veteran and in the hallways of his housing estate.
The 23-year-old ripped up a mattress in his cell and smeared the walls of another with excrement.
Human excrement had come out of a hole in the pavement and was pouring across the pavement on to Golcar Brow Road.
FLOWER judges touring Birmingham were greeted by a sea of blood and excrement in gutters and on pavements, it emerged today.
Last week, a student came home with excrement on his clothes, prompting school officials to revisit the issue after years of complaints.
Recently, some researchers working at swine-growing facilities also identified antibiotics in settled dust, which includes feed and excrement particles, and others found one drug--and bacteria resistant to it--in exhaust air emitted from buildings containing livestock (SN: 7/5/03, p.
Last year, the dissidents in Maghaberry smeared excrement over their cells in a bid to gain segregation from Loyalist prisoners.