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full of seeds

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shabby and untidy

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somewhat ill or prone to illness

morally degraded

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Cold, grey Berlin is juxtaposed with the bright lights and seedy glamour of the Klub.
Last summer we revealed how former landlord Kevin Scott and his partner Kat regularly used the boozer as the setting for seedy swingers parties.
Washington, Dec 5 (ANI): Coldplay vocalist Chris Martin worries that his band will become like a "seedy old man in a strip club," if their records don't "mean everything" to them.
Seedy Sunday is a joint venture between registered charity Middlesbrough Environment City and the Friends of Linthorpe Cemetery.
Residents were incensed at the numbers of what they described as "seedy characters" asking to be directed to Shelley's.
A seedy hotel room is a seedy hotel room, no matter where you go," says Susanne Bell, CEO of Saskfilm, the entity set up to bring production to the prairie province of Saskatchewan and its urban centers of Saskatoon and Regina.
The product provides a full black raspberry flavour profile with fruity and estery notes followed by a distinct, seedy character.
SEBASTIAN Coe is confident the London Olympics in 2012 will not be overshadowed by drug cheats or "seedy chemists".
The 73-year-old pervert was a regular punter at the seedy Villa Ostende, in the city of Linz, where he enjoyed sadomasochistic romps.
Street Smarts from Christian Martial Arts addresses not only how the author dealt with bullying and other difficult situations--such as how he defused a potential fight in a seedy bar when he was confronted by a tough guy with seven friends--but also the spiritual dimension of faith in Jesus Christ as protection against the "fatal blow of the devil." "No matter what we do, how good we get, or how hard we try, we will always fall short of the perfection necessary to get into Heaven.
We have enough seedy sex shops in Coventry and having another one will attract all sorts of people to the city centre.
And Shannon is one of the lucky ones in what has always been a seedy industry on the edge of society.
The last parcel of undeveloped land included in the 42nd Street Development Project, a plan that spurred Times Square's transformation from a seedy and dilapidated neighborhood into a thriving office, retail and entertainment district, will be the site of a new $1 billion office tower that will begin development in 2007.
The Nic Sacco and Bart Vanzetti in Mark Binelli's novel "Sacco And Vanzetti Must Die!" are not the infamous anarchists executed for treason by the United States government, but film stars and slapstick comedians who rose to fame through a seedy New York vaudeville club, then on to Hollywood films and USO tours (where they opened with disastrous results for Bob Hope).