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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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Never has an Italian menu been recited so dirtily as by the sexy Sabedoria in Wastie's Make a meal out of me.
So could the gardener's dirtin-the-fingernails philosophy, if interpreted broadly and dirtily enough.
And that's why a bewildered political establishment, threatened by forces he's unleashing and the social movement he's building, fights so dirtily to destroy a decent bloke who refuses to play by their rules.
Unjustly neglected by history, a once-major force in Northern Irish politics is dragged back into the spotlight provided by "Bernadette: Notes on a Political Journey." Offering essential history lessons for ands who dirtily recall the name Bernadette Devlin McAliskey, but not necessarily her impressive achievements, Lelia Doolan's film entertains as well as educates, thanks to her highly engaging subject and rich treasure trove of archival clips.