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cesspool

Colloquial term for septic tank.
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For Hawaiian homeowners, this means that for the first time ever, they can, in the same space as their existing cesspool, safely treat their sewage on-site and can reclaim 100% of this highly treated water for landscape irrigation purposes.
In last years legislative session, legislators passed a bill to address the cesspool situation, and the bill was subsequently signed into law by Gov.
Due to the laxity of the authorities, Dal has become a cesspool.
Hathout also says, ``The (Arab) nations that made peace with Israel will be swept away in the cesspool of history.
Campaigning residents have vowed to fight plans for a temporary cesspool on a school site near their homes.
In every possible way, this production seeks to drag the name of the founder of our national faith into the cesspool.
This week ex-cemetery worker Robert was overjoyed to hear that a pal wants him to dig a 12ft hole to sink a cesspool tank into, leaving Robert in his element.
An outspoken apologist for the Soviet-supported African National Congress (ANC) terrorist group in the 1970s and 1980s, Tutu continues to shill for the now-ruling ANC even as it turns South Africa into a cesspool of violence and corruption.
You'll have people moving away from their nice farm to look at a cesspool," McGee says, half-jokingly.
In the urban cesspool, rats surpass cockroaches as pestilential, borderline-scary nuisances.
Like a twenty-first century digitized watchdog, properly implemented EndPoint security (EPS) is often the last line of defense between a cesspool squirming with destructive technological deviants and the safety and security of enterprise IT environments.