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  • n. Plural form of dustman.


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  • Then there's the Economist magazine, which once pitted the financial smarts of trash collectors - "dustmen" - against those of Oxford University students, company chairmen, and former government finance ministers.

    News from

  • Whether discussing sewer scavengers or dustmen, beggars or prostitutes, he would begin by carefully noting their physical appearance and often idiosyncratic garb: The rat-catcher's dress is usually a velveteen jacket, strong corduroy trousers, and laced boots.

    Sociology most Dickensian

  • There was dustmen everywhere, and a poor harp player named Sheila Bromberg caught the brunt of it.


  • And call me a perv, but I might be the only being in the world that prefers shooting dustmen over semen.


  • Behind The Cedars was a back alleyway which the dustmen used.

    The Devil's Bedpost

  • The GOP Smear that Obama is eltist is frankly ridiculous Barack & Michelle both came from firmly blue collar backgrounds, Michelle's dad was a dustmen for goodness sake.

    Smoking Guns and the Morality of Parliamentary Privilege

  • We also need dustmen, nurses, mechanics, factory workers and people who grind out the 9-5.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Ps to last posting, have just found dustmen working on Sunday?

    Smells like trouble

  • A COUNCIL is refusing to empty wheelie bins if dustmen cannot pull them with just TWO fingers.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Extra bags will be available at 28p a time, and the dustmen will remove only the official bags, ignoring cheaper bags bought from supermarkets.

    Archive 2008-09-01


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