Bolshy: Price has been airing her dirty linen
This was leaked and thus an engineered backlash followed but, to make it clear, Mr Tan certainly was not washing any dirty linen
The team of machines will transport waste and dirty linen
, deliver food and dispense drugs at the new Forth Valley Royal Hospital in Larbert, Stirlingshire.
I can't tell you what a kick I got out of seeing all that dirty linen
aired in St Louis after these decades had passed.
FA BOSS Brian Barwick last night spoke out against Liverpool's co-owners washing their dirty linen
in public, writes TOM LATCHEM.
I'm growing bored of the double standards and hypocrisy of the constant calls for dirty linen
not to be washed in public, only to open my paper on a seemingly daily basis to have it all bought back into the news by the antics of these socalled fans.
In 2001, William Easterly, one of the World Bank's top economists, exposed some of the institution's dirty linen
in his book, The Elusive Quest for Growth.
It stated: "We do not air our dirty linen
in public, we deal with problem issues quietly and without fuss.
The baby's body was missing for two to three days when it was accidentally taken away with the dirty linen
from the Royal Women's Hospital in Victoria.
Fahed Fanek also uses the phrase, "Washing our dirty linen
in public," See al-Rai, 19 May 2003.
But what if it is not a conspiracy to hide their dirty linen
but the result of an astonishing naivety in the church hierarchy?
Unfortunately, that failure to air the dirty linen
continues during the first 100 days.
A nursing home produces a lot of dirty linen
at all hours of the day and night, not just during business hours," he says.
In laundry alone, for instance, you need to check on whether there are enough clean linens, whether they are transported in covered carts, whether they are segregated from dirty linens
, whether dirty linen
is bagged, whether staff washes hands after handling dirty linen
, and the temperature of the wash cycle.