YOUR columnist Barbara Argument opines that "brushing guilt from our citizen Teesside shoulders is not easy to do" when analysing "what bobbed to the cess pit
surface" of the immigration service workings, and the "nightmare stuff being done in our name".
And a stroll through the fields is almost certainly one that culminates in mucking out the chicken hutches or - worst of all - unblocking the cess pit
Strangely the answer seems to be to pour more of our money into this cess pit
of corruption and avarice.
His body was dumped in a cess pit
, generally used for animal carcasses.
He went on to say she was a tart with a mouth like a cess pit
who couldn't be bothered to brush her teeth.
This hole in the ground was at first thought by archaeologists to be a well, but on closer examination was deemed to be a cess pit
from a network of sewers dating to around 1800, which would have catered for some well- to-do houses in the street.
Conditions in this house must have been stifling, with so many packed into so little space and with all of them having to share overflowing miskins, a space for rubbish, and a vile cess pit
outside in the yard.
The terrain thus far has been extremely challenging involving large areas of woodland, disused quarries, water courses, cess pits
and other open areas.