It is too squalid an ending for our anthropocentric conceit to accept.
MORE » Head and Tales An old storyteller dies in one of the squalid labor camps that surround the building of Britain 's canals.
The posting, which dates from 13 January 1997, has been described as ' squalid, obscene and defamatory of the plaintiff '.
The Irish Democrat described the agreement was " the most squalid and contemptible piece of hypocrisy since Lloyd George swindled Michael Collins ".
Much of the continental work submitted struck a somber note accentuating the squalid conditions of home and town.
The squalid, run-down conditions at Glasgow Zoo did not happen over night.
He died of smoke inhalation from a kitchen fire in his tiny, squalid one-bedroom apartment in Philadelphia.
The applause of society is but faintly audible in the slums of Whitechapel or in the squalid streets of Southwark.
Instead the four women were held in a squalid flat in Lamia by a criminal gang waiting for them to give birth.
However, until 1970 a group of rather squalid houses stood here.
Often squalid and slackly administered with lavish dietaries Kent 's mixed workhouses did little to reduce the rates.
Anyway, picture a small room, roughly decorated in white, not squalid, but certainly not luxurious, .
However the latest work, in what was the arena of the amphitheater, has also revealed that a somewhat squalid late Saxon settlement.
No little woman is so trifling and sordid, no handmaid so squalid, but that she gained some advantage from his death.
You can sleep here but its very squalid and usually wet.
The old are neglected and abandoned in squalid homes, left to die on trolleys in drafty hospital corridors.
It also leaves the zoo 's long-suffering animals to languish in their squalid enclosures for even longer.
The Williamsburgh Savings Bank, rises majestically from its squalid surroundings where Atlantic Avenue meets Flatbush Avenue.
Yet the squalid refugee camps are filled with people who are all too aware of the bitter reality.