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dirt

mysophobia, rhypophobia.
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Charlotte Gill (author); EATING DIRT; Greystone Books (Nonfiction: Autobiography & Memoir) 19.95 ISBN: 9781553657927
Eating Dirt has something for outdoorsy and indoorsy readers alike.
on their side and just eating dirt. You know, they can t even lift their heads," she told ABC.
I am fed up with the vocal minority whose approach is to belittle other viewpoints (Ed Johnson's letter regarding Gaians "reading animal entrails, eating dirt, and barking at the moon") or claim that the answers are simple (James A.
Melbourne, Nov 24 (ANI): Here's some good news for parents who constantly worry about their kids' hygiene after they spend time in the play ground - eating dirt could actually make your child smarter.
It is also useful if a calf has been eating dirt and is plugged up.
Terry's blatant bodycheck on Robbie Blake in the 35th minute leaves the Burnley man eating dirt and earned him a yellow card.
Palin as the first woman on the Republican ticket with an unwed, pregnant teenage daughter; by Joe Biden still being deemed qualified to be a heartbeat away from the presidency despite a checkered past; by Hillary Clinton eating dirt and pretending to like it; by Ted Kennedy making a convention speech while recovering from brain surgery; and so on.
I never see that kind of poverty--people sitting on garbage, eating dirt because they're so hungry.
Every small town has its cult of readers who peruse the local paper for police reports--"report of woman eating dirt on Applevine Rd., when police arrived suspect was gone, Officer Jenkins filled in hole." Imagine a Parisian version circa 1906, written by a sentence master who was secretly, and without knowing it, writing a masterpiece, a man who was also, among other things, an anarchist and the publisher of Proust, Apollinaire, and Gide.

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