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20,141. Take the body. Stick it in the trunk ... Clean the inside of the car: I’m talking fast fast fast. You need to go into the back seats. Scoop up all those little pieces of brain and skull ... Just give it a good once over. (GBH Films & Clean) Pulp Fiction 1994 ***** starring Uma Thurman & John Travolta & Samuel L Jackson & Harvey Keitel & Tim Roth & Amanda Plummer & Maria de Medeiros & Ving Rhames & Eric Stoltz & Rosanna Arquette & Bruce Willis & Christopher Walken et al, director Quentin Tarantino
21,884. For the first time in my life I feel clean. (GBH Films & Clean) Crooks Anonymous 1962 starring Leslie Phillips & Julie Christie & Stanley Baker & Wilfrid Hyde-White & Michael Medwin & Raymond Huntley & Norman Rossington, director Ken Annakin, him to her
56,738. Cleanliness is next to godliness. (Proverb & Clean) Late 18th century proverb
58,747. What is man, that he should be clean? And he which is born of a woman, that he should be righteous? (Right & Clean) Job 15:14
67,570. Cleanliness is not next to godliness. It isn’t even in the same neighborhood. No one has ever gotten a religious experience out of removing burned-on cheese from the grill of the toaster oven. Erma Bombeck
67,571. Mrs Joe was a very clean housekeeper, but had an exquisite art of making her cleanliness more uncomfortable and unacceptable than dirt itself. Cleanliness is next to godliness, and some people do the same by their religion. Charles Dickens, Great Expectations
79,301. ‘They want blood. They want a piece of your soul left in the toilet.’ Modern Times: The Secret Life of Cleaners, BBC 2015, cleaner
79,302. In Britain today more than six million of us are employed domestic help in the form of cleaners. ibid.
103,410. Look at this place. Five rooms and I get to clean them all. (Office & Clean) The Office US s8e19: Get the Girl, Erin
115,184. In the modern world we’ve become accustomed to living in clean cities … We managed to rid many cities of this waste and disease. How We Got to Now with Steven Johnson I, BBC 2018
115,185. The journey from home to waste water treatment facilities is only made possible by these century-old sewer lines. ibid.
115,186. By the 1930s modern sanitation companies are collecting garbage for the first time, and American cities are becoming free from filth. ibid.
115,187. Between 1831 and 1860 cholera killed more than 140,000 people in Britain and it did so in a truly horrific way. ibid.
115,188. Access to clean drinking water is crucial for preventing disease. ibid.
115,189. Clean becomes truly big business. ibid.