Her head hurt, and she felt grimy from the night sweats.
She managed to squirm free of his arms for a second and started to scream, but he clamped a grimy hand over her mouth.
The children who crowd these grimy alleys, half-clad and underfed, shrink away from your outstretched hand as if from a blow.
All three were disciples of Erasmus, the great apostle of a new, tolerant, scholarly religion very different from the grimy pedantry of the medieval doctors.
Cleaning - All watches get a little dirty and grimy over time.
A dirty, grimy stone will not reflect the light as well as a clean stone and the inner fire will start to fade.
Weighing in at an hour, TDS was swamped with brutal metal tracks, grimy sleaze-anthems, and even a piano ballad ("Hurt").
Their hands and faces were all grimy, and their clothes.
These little beauts have great stopping power and no brake fade - perfect for Britain's grimy, oily roads.
grimy window, I observe the old man shuffle past with his new companion.
Four apartments, cleverly labeled A, B, C, and D were visible through the grimy windowpane of the front door.
Skull is very heavy with a thick cranium Coloring Skull is a pale brown color, which is grimy in places.
Here a ramp leads down to the original station entrance subway with its white glazed brick walls now looking very grimy.
The accommodation was a wooden bunk in the back of a lorry, shared with two other clowns and four rather grimy tattooed laborers.
Coming off the slightly grimy platform at Manchester Picadilly I was most impressed by the rest of the station.
grimy back streets, or rows of chimneys belching back smoke.
grimy industrial town.
grimy face, he holds a goats head by its horns over roaring flames.
grimy, knotted hands.
grimy white wall were the words 'The Gate Vegetarian Restaurant ' .
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