dustcart


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dustcart

a road vehicle for collecting domestic refuse
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It saw 113 dustcart supervisor jobs reinstated with no loss of pay.
When she spoke, he thought he heard bells, as if she were a dustcart reversing.
The French Agency for the Environment and Energy Management (ADEME) will finance the acquisitions to the tune of Euro 7,500 per NGV bus or dustcart.
A STREET sweeper who cleaned up pounds 40,000 on an accumulator bet has been booted off his dustcart - after he was accused of daydreaming about his massive win.
Following three Scousers is like being the dustcart behind the Lord Mayor's procession"
UNION chiefs have been accused of escalating Birmingham's bins crisis after it emerged that dustcart crews were extending strike action into September.
That man, armed only with his dustcart and broom, took this defendant on, striking him in order to apprehend him and prevent him leaving with the fruits of his crime.
The union Unison claim forcing binmen to operate only two to a dustcart is unsafe.
A post-mortem is being held to discover how the baby died, but it is understood he suffered injuries after death as a result of being put in the back of a dustcart.
The demonstration of two robot models was undertaken: the DustCart and the DustClean.
Sadly this does not mean we can choose to have them strung up by the ankles for a week or dragged around the town centre by a dirty dustcart.
FRED the tortoise had a lucky escape - when plucked from a dustcart as the rubbish was about to be crushed.