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Pathology
Referring to the external appearance of the pathologist and technician handling an evisceration and dissection during an infectious autopsy.

Public
Referring to pollution or contamination.
 
Sexology
Obscene, indecent; offensive to good taste, especially in sexual matters.

Surgery
A term of art referring to the state of a procedure room after an intervention, i.e., non-sterile.
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Linda Dykes, 47: 'Britain is becoming dirtier - people don''t seem to have noticed'
You now have to go back to 1984 for a time when non-OECD countries had a dirtier energy mix.
And to make matters worse the ones flying on the Shaikh Khalifa Bridge are even dirtier and tattier
The Lawmaker" follows aspiring benevolent state senator Wayne Lott as he tries to establish himself in politics but finds it is a much dirtier place than he expects, as he enters a world of bribes and lobbyists.
Cain starts to play even dirtier in the custody battle for Sarah, telling the authorities how Andy used to beat wife Jo.
Summary: Britain's beaches are getting dirtier with the amount of litter more than doubling in the last 15 years.
Men have dirtier teeth than women and those in the Midlands have the country's worst breath, according to a report by The Cosmetic Dentistry Guide.
08) that research claims Northerners are "officially" dirtier than Southerners, the question was: what do you think the differences are between Northerners and Southerners?
Hands were cleanest in London, dirtier in Birmingham and Cardiff, and filthiest in Liverpool and Newcastle.
It says the operators of dirtier planes should pay more and claims the tax is simply a government ploy to raise a further 500 million [pounds sterling].
Is the game getting dirtier or are referees becoming less charitable?
I have guy dreams and girl dreams, but the girl dreams are much dirtier.