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A site where solid non-hazardous municipal waste is disposed
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Unless some drastic change is shown in the way the country is run and the people are served, the BN will join the other grand old party in the rubbish heap of history.''
Again, some of the folklores recounted series of symptoms of diseases that had attacked children who disobeyed their parents to play on rubbish heap. Fear of the diseases compelled children to report any playmate who attempted to visit the rubbish heap either in sheer curiosity or to pick an item for play.
Meanwhile, another fire broke out in a rubbish heap of a factory located in Al Jurf area in Ajman on Monday afternoon.
You know, I'm influenced a lot more by movies but I'm also influenced by a lot of skate videos from back in the day and I think you'll see a lot of that influence in there--you know, old Rubbish Heap and other World Industries movies from the early '90s.
Last week the rotting rubbish heap caught fire and was smouldering deep inside for several days.
If you've had a real Christmas tree in your home this year, don't just throw it on the rubbish heap - it can easily be recycled, so you can do your bit for the environment.
Settings include a stinking rubbish heap, lair of a gigantic spider; a pit full of fire presided over by a burning fiend, and a slimy swamp complete with a drooling demon.
Fire crews had been called to a rubbish heap bonfire just off Broadwell Road in Easterside, Middlesbrough, on the afternoon of Bonfire Night last year when "flare-type" fireworks were allegedly thrown at one of them by two youths.
Tragic Anelisa's body was found last month in a rubbish heap in another area in Diepsloot.
This piece was accidently found while digging through the rubbish heap in the temple of Heracleopolis, south of Fayoum."
Fed up with all those consumer gifts which not only damage the planet but will often find themselves dumped on a rubbish heap within a couple of weeks?
If we don't stop what we are doing the whole world will turn into a rubbish heap".