The cleanest - and dirtiest
- streets have been measured
With Devery out of action practically the whole of the second half and with Hunter off the field for twenty minutes, they had overcome an opposition that had made this the dirtiest
final ever seen at Wembley.
He said: "I think my street is the dirtiest
in Coventry, it is full of litter so much rubbish is on the street.
The newspaper reports that he will say: "Limiting the scheme to these hotspots could potentially take as many as half of these dirtiest
diesels out of these pollution hotspots."
Betway - dirtiest
derby: 9-4 Sunderland-Newcastle, 5-2 Man Utd-Man City, 7-Blackburn-Burnley, West Ham-Chelsea, Charlton-Brentford.
Collecting signatures for proclaiming high treason in order to amnesty the Government from responsibility for the massive breach of human rights and freedoms is the dirtiest
thing in this mess in which Macedonia is sinking, Rizaov makes a point.
Handshakes were the dirtiest
greeting, followed by high-fives and then fist bumps, which transferred 90 percent fewer germs than handshakes (see chart).
Standard evaporator coils are generally the dirtiest
component in any freezer, cooler, dryer, proofer or steamer system (meaning it accounts for the most bacterial harborage points).
What was more shame for India was the fact that the WHO report found 13 Indian cities to be the dirtiest
ones out of 20 cities around the world.
The Tennessee hotel was dubbed "America's dirtiest
" in 2011 by the popular travel website, which Seaton claims irreparably damaged his hotel's reputation.
vehicles, which are most responsive to an emissions tax, would not be taxed enough while some clean vehicles would be over-taxed.
RACE IN HISTORY By Richard Moore Bloomsbury (Wisden Sports Writing) THE Lance Armstrong doping revelations put drugs in sport back at the top of the news agenda.