cesspit


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cesspit

a pit to retain the sediment, usually fecal, of a drain.
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Potentially harmful untreated cesspit and chemical toilet waste should be taken to a licensed sewage treatment works for safe disposal.
A spokeswoman for the North Wales Fire And Rescue Service said that by the time they arrived at the scene on Wednesday evening the horse had been freed from the cesspit.
As the parents of a 37 year-old disabled son living in a property that can only be described as a cesspit, we have struggled for years with a sort of brown powder, staining and the smell of sewage.
9% of the health care centers use a porous cesspit.
From each cesspit, 3 dipper samples were examined on each day of sampling and the number of larvae and pupae were counted and recorded.
It is the cesspit of 10 Downing Street and to say that we are all tarred with the same brush as Damian McBride is unacceptable.
The song was used as the soundtrack to a video entitled "The Cesspit Called London" which, according to the BNP, reveals the "violence, hatred, fragmentation and despair" in London caused by the "great multicultural experiment".
He called it 'an indecent cesspit by a useless architect'; others likened it to a petrol station or a pizza parlour.
The wet well used to have to be cleaned out by two cesspit vehicles every 18 months at considerable cost.
God forbid that articles such as Saletan's would delude people into thinking that Bauer isn't such a bad choice in the cesspit of contemporary politics.