To start with, this lot seldom dirty their hands
, outsourcing the job of breaking laws to others, who oblige for fear or favour.
THE FAct they didn't at that critical low point suggests they still don't want dirty their hands
, or that they had faith their man would turn things around.
com)-- With Laos' background in sustainable tourism, Kamu Lodge greets the month of October with a new exciting package inviting its guests to roll up their sleeves, dirty their hands
and feet a little bit and plough the land with the lodge's resident buffalo.
THOSE who dirty their hands
lead a wretched life full of massive social discrimination.
67) At the same time, however, gardening was inherently a messy business in which all participants were prone to dirty their hands
and transgress social boundaries.
They refused to play with her, saying her dark skin would dirty their hands
Even the aristocracy who never had to dirty their hands
, would have been in tune with where there food was coming from.
He said that France is standing alone on the front line, asking sarcastically "Why do the Americans have to dirty their hands
when a fool is there to do the dirty acts on their behalf.
They go on to university and get jobs that don't dirty their hands
Council workers, now called officers, don't dirty their hands
They were invited to try out a "glow bug" machine, which shows them exactly how dirty their hands
But instead their kids and their wives have all been told they can come and live here in houses that most Brits earning a decent wage couldn't afford, and all without ever having to dirty their hands
Politicians, councillors and well-organised bureaucrats sit in their glass and concrete offices full of their own importance who never dirty their hands
but discussing their inability to manage their meagre expenses.
The addition of composted biosolids rich in iron, manganese, and organic matter to a lead-contaminated home garden in Baltimore appears to bind the lead, according to a study published in the January/February 2003 issue of the Journal of Environmental Quality As a result, the lead is less likely to be absorbed into the bloodstreams of children who dirty their hands
playing outside or are tempted to taste mud pies they have "baked" in the backyard.
But the complacent self- perpetuating elite who run the General Medical Council don't dirty their hands
with things like that.