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  • Konnan came up with the idea of a storyline based loosely around the idea of a disrespectful group of young wrestlers called the Filthy Animals.

    REY MYSTERIO BEHIND THE MASK

  • The idea started when I did the track "The Crying Marshall" with these two blokes called The Filthy Three; one of them is Jason [Barron].

    The Fall

  • The curvaceous reality star just launched her own clothing range called Filthy Couture.

    Starpulse Entertainment News

  • John "Jack" Agnew, 88, one of the original members of a U.S. Army unit - called the Filthy Thirteen, because of their reputation for brawling, drinking and spending time in the stockade - that operated behind enemy lines in World War II and is often credited with having loosely inspired the movie "The Dirty Dozen," died April 8 in Abington, Pa.

    The Seattle Times

  • Mississauga man is promoting hatred against Jews, but even that hasn't prevented him from posting to a website called Filthy Jewish Terrorists.

    MISSISSAUGA - Home

  • The idea started when I did the track "The Crying Marshall" with these two blokes called The Filthy Three; one of them is Jason who engineered a lot of Levitate.

    The Wire

  • / Vanessa Lane aka Filthy Whore (2007) (Oct 24 2008 05: 30 GMT)????????????????????

    We Blog A Lot

  • "Filthy," says Mary, grabbing it with a small plastic bag.

    New Statesman

  • In both sentence's the offensive word would be "Filthy".

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • 'Filthy': Mrs Halsall cleaned dirty glasses and bathed and washed fellow patients at Hitchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire

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