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foul or dirty matter

something that is offensive to accepted standards of decency

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The minister said that no one would be allowed to spread filth.
Watching this in the same week as Sunshine on Leith, I never once felt that Filth lived up to the mass of ultra-positive critic quotes on its poster.
On Wednesday morning I stepped over the filth of rotten food strewn across pavements and after three complaints to the council I am still waiting on the removal of contaminated green bags and assorted mess that has been in front of a student house for four months.
El Sociolecto marginal de Filth. Estudio Traductologico es una obra en la que Maria Teresa Gandolfo Santonja evalua los mecanismos y estrategias empleados por Federico Corriente (Escoria) en la traduccion de la novela Filth, de Irvine Welsh, prestando especial atencion a los elementos de caracter ludico, idiomatico y metaforico.
Screen International's Jonathan Romney argued Filth & Wisdom was not as bad as some of Madonna's appearances in front of the camera, such as Shanghai Surprise and Swept Away, but it was "likely to be forgotten as quickly as most of them".
The question here that Holbein and Aydemir via The Filth enigmatically pose concerns the flaws or inherent flaccidity of all maintained, upright power, suggesting even that the rod of Satan is ultimately shot through with holes.
The world made sense when Cradle of Filth held the attention of a devoted mob of goth-looking, evil-mongering, foul-minded underground rock fans.
The first section, "Fundamentals of Filth," begins with an essay by Christopher Hamlin, who contextualizes the nineteenth-century understanding of filth and sheds new light on the Victorian debate over cremation or burial by looking at historical examples for the treatment, management, and disposal of corpses (bodies that, when stripped of their souls, become filthy).
The Great Stink of Paris and The 19th Century Struggle Against Filth and Germs
I do however feel that the real answer to the problem lies with the producers of so many of these so-called "reality" programmes that appear to be just an excuse to wait until after 9pm and then show as much filth as possible.
The Great Rock and Roll Swindle (1980) and The Filth and the Fury (2000) are both about the Sex Pistols.
Old Filth Jane Gordam Europa Editions 116 East 16th Street, New York, NY 10003 1933372133 $14.95 www.europaeditions.com
"It cleanses this history from all the filth they tried to attribute to their prophets.
There they can happily and untraceably file the filth on the great and good straight to The Gutter.
According to Joe MacLellan, a pro-life leader in Antigonish, "filth" is too mild a word to describe the manual.