Ian McNabb, Liverpool's rock pioneer who has played some of the world's largest stadiums, dingiest
working men's clubs and smallest living rooms in his quest for rock stardom is reflecting on his autobiography, Mersey Beast, which was given a grand launch in Liverpool last night.
Until now it was the darkest and dingiest
part of the church but restoring the window has seen the light flood back in.
This combined torch, panic alarm and smoke detector means you can stay in the dingiest
hotel without worrying about nasty surprises.
That was the dingiest
state execution I've ever seen.
My first qualm arose upon entering the show, for in front of me loomed Tate Modern's usual vista of white rooms, of which it possesses some of the dingiest
IT has taken months of research, trawling through some of the dingiest
buildings in Britain, but Redditch dad Kevin Beresford has finally identified the nation's best parking space.
He smooches Private Dancer in the dingiest
Sketches such as one describing Montreal artist William Brymner's attic studio "in the dingiest
, busiest, smokiest part of the city" (The Week 9 Feb.
Fin-de-siecle consumers of popular entertainment became increasingly curious about what was happening far atop that mysterious hill, and amusement venues of all sorts--from the dingiest
, most ephemeral cabarets to the still-successful Moulin Rouge--sprang up to welcome them.
So he chose the darkest, dingiest
place in the whole house.
A generation ago, abortion was a subject confined to the dingiest
periphery of American society, and even the most self-consciously "progressive" activists uttered the word reluctantly.
BERNIE ECCLESTONE is nobody's fool - you just don't acquire power and money on that scale by accident - but his recent pronouncements on the state of Formula One come across like the ramblings of some dozy old duffer in the dingiest
corner of the Four Ale Bar.