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  • noun Plural form of dumping.

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Examples

  • We later learned that these phone book dumpings are not terribly uncommon.

    Tuesday, June 30 – The Bleat.

  • If MSM made a big deal of Bush stepping in a pile of Barney's dumpings, would that also be worthy?

    OpEdNews - Diary: Reporting John Edwards Affair on OpEdNews

  • We know exactly which countries that are resposible of these dumpings and they will pay for what they did once that country gets back on its feet.

    Countries Rise Up to Counter Somali Pirates - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • JONATHAN MILLER, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): Baby dumpings, what they call it.

    CNN Transcript Sep 9, 2006

  • I'm the same -- I don't like pork dumpings at all.

    Shrimp Mandu

  • But considering what we have had over the last decade in terms of pretty steady dumpings, the folks around here, the towns are prepared for this.

    CNN Transcript Dec 9, 2005

  • Next to where they dug, they marked off an area and built a low wall with holes and gates around it, and here women and children would bring the gravel from the dumpings.

    THE DIAMOND

  • And, of course, all of the towns and cities in the Northeast around here in the last few years have become well - accustomed to dealing with dumpings like this, even if it's hitting early in the season.

    CNN Transcript Dec 9, 2005

  • Next to where they dug, they marked off an area and built a low wall with holes and gates around it, and here women and children would bring the gravel from the dumpings.

    THE DIAMOND

  • Next to where they dug, they marked off an area and built a low wall with holes and gates around it, and here women and children would bring the gravel from the dumpings.

    THE DIAMOND

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