vermin-infested love



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  • At first I was vilely treated, beaten by the women and children, clothed in vermin-infested mangy furs, and fed on refuse.

    CHAPTER 12

  • I was fed less than 600 calories a day and lived in unheated, vermin-infested quarters.

    Slavery, Dignity and Japan, 66 Years Later

  • Between the abandoned buildings on Aspen Street, the crack house on the corner, and the apathy of the people who were hunkered down in tiny, vermin-infested rental units up the block, there would be no witnesses to declare her innocence.

    Surrender the Dark

  • There's no dearth of teachers and principals gifted enough to walk through the metal detectors in any vermin-infested, asbestos-ridden hell-hole school in this city and, in a few years, turn such a school around, but this kind of educator tends not to make a suitable Tweed pet.

    Michele Somerville: The NYC DOE Needs an A-Team

  • It looked like a vermin-infested, derelict building, a grim, blighted apartment building.

    On the Right Track

  • He picked himself up off the vermin-infested ground—ground that should have been hundreds of feet below the dragon and his riders and yet now was not.


  • I lifted my skirts clear of the moldering, vermin-infested straw, and was glad I had worn sturdy boots.

    Secrets of the Tudor Court

  • I would HIGHLY suggest making sure your insurance is current before eating OXTAILS from some vermin-infested food cart.

    NEW CART ALERT | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • The Wobblies experienced their greatest successes—and first crushing defeats—in the violent and vermin-infested mining camps of the West.


  • Time for some sunshine into those vermin-infested crevices.



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