Grubby sentence examples

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  • He reached for her with a grubby hand, looked at it, and dropped it.

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  • Long pants or grubby clothes weren't necessary, as Dean had no intention of entering the mine.

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  • Spaceports on podunk planets are suitably grubby.

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  • There, staring up at the group, nestled in an assortment of other bones, packed into a grubby plaid shirt, was a cracked white skull.

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  • Candles by Kathy - There is a wide variety here, including primitive grubby candles and "needful things."

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  • It is grubby, gritty, raw, and real, just the way garage rock was intended to be.

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  • For use with MAME, there seem to be a small handful of LEGAL ways to get your grubby hands on an attractive ROM.

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  • dark hair to grubby cheeks.

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  • The grubby fiver goes, tho, to Steve Dickinson who takes us back to 1982 and the very first issue of Sinclair User.

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  • You also have to put up with loads of grubby, battered fellow festival goers who you've probably had enough of by then.

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  • grubby around the edges from the outside.

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  • Some floor cushions - look a bit grubby considering children sit on them.

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  • parka with a grubby fur lined hood.

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  • besmirched public life, and his Government is grubby with the scandals he has winked at.

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  • Shoes are getting a touch grubby, maybe I should stop wearing them?

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  • grubby gaming mitts on Microsoft's new system is merely 78 days away.

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  • grubby little mits all over the football management genre, Football Manager is here.

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  • grubby fingers were to be allowed to wander unhindered around the bookshelves.

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  • grubby hands on Rupert's prose, I'm afraid!

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  • grubby little world, and why hope for romance when you're too old to dance.

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  • I went back to sleep, feeling slightly grubby.

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  • The heroes are decidedly less heroic than usual (rather grubby in places, actually!

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  • Inside, the lining is a little grubby with some biro marks.

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  • We'll look very grubby indeed, won't we, in comparison to Him?

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  • The pastry was pretty grubby by the time Mommy gave me more scraps.

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  • The white paintwork looks decidedly grubby in this 1st August 2004 view, but at least this important piece of architecture still stands.

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  • The trick is not to let your bike get too grubby.

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  • grubby with age.

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  • Link wore a large green parka with a grubby fur lined hood.

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  • ratty furniture and faintly grubby atmosphere.

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  • rubbed off on Pitt like nicotine on the walls of a pub, leaving him vaguely grubby.

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  • strumming of guitars, In a hundred grubby bars I would whisper " Te amo.

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  • There 's something terribly classy about it, even taking into account the nicotine-stained walls, ratty furniture and faintly grubby atmosphere.

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  • The shabby way things ended with Jen rubbed off on Pitt like nicotine on the walls of a pub, leaving him vaguely grubby.

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  • To the strumming of guitars, In a hundred grubby bars I would whisper Te amo.

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  • Yep, the wait for you to get your grubby gaming mitts on Microsoft's new system is merely 78 days away.

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