Call us:
0-9
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
  Dagestan  ·  Dagger  ·  Dagon  ·  Dam  ·  Damage  ·  Damn & Damnation  ·  Dance & Dancer  ·  Danger & Dangerous  ·  Daniel (Bible)  ·  Daoism & Taoism  ·  Dare & Daring-Do  ·  Dark & Darkness  ·  Dark Ages  ·  Dark Energy & Dark Matter  ·  Darts  ·  Darwin, Charles  ·  Data  ·  Dating (Romance)  ·  Daughter  ·  David (Bible)  ·  Dawn  ·  Day  ·  Deacon  ·  Dead & Death (I)  ·  Dead & Death (II)  ·  Dead Sea Scrolls  ·  Deal  ·  Death Penalty & Death Sentence  ·  Death Valley  ·  Debate  ·  Deborah (Bible)  ·  Debt  ·  Decadence & Decadent  ·  Decay  ·  Deceit & Deception  ·  Decency & Decent  ·  Decide & Decision  ·  Deconstruct & Deconstruction  ·  Deed  ·  Defeat  ·  Defect & Defective  ·  Defence & Defense  ·  Define & Definition  ·  Deformity  ·  Déjà Vu  ·  Delay  ·  Deluded & Delusion  ·  Dementia  ·  Demjanjuk, John  ·  Democracy & Democratic (I)  ·  Democracy & Democratic (II)  ·  Democrats  ·  Demons  ·  Demonstrate & Demonstration  ·  Denial & Deny  ·  Denmark & Danish  ·  Dentist & Dentistry  ·  Denver & Denver Airport  ·  Depart & Part & Leave  ·  Depression & Depressed  ·  Descendant  ·  Desert  ·  Design & Designer  ·  Desire  ·  Despair & Desperation  ·  Despot & Despotism  ·  Destiny  ·  Destroy & Destruction  ·  Detain & Detention  ·  Detective & Detection  ·  Determination & Determined  ·  Detox  ·  Detroit  ·  Develop & Development  ·  Devil  ·  Devil's Triangle & Dragon's Triangle  ·  Diamond  ·  Diana, Princess of Wales  ·  Diary  ·  Dictator & Dictatorship  ·  Dictionary  ·  Diego Garcia  ·  Diet  ·  Difference & Different  ·  Dignity & Dignified  ·  Diligence & Diligent  ·  Dimension  ·  Dinner & Dinner Party  ·  Dinosaur  ·  Diplomacy & Diplomat  ·  Dirt & Dirty  ·  Disabled & Disability  ·  Disappearances & Vanishings  ·  Disappointed & Disappointment  ·  Disaster  ·  Disbelief  ·  Discipline & Disciplinary  ·  Disco & Discotheque  ·  Discover & Discovery  ·  Discreet & Discretion  ·  Discriminate & Discrimination  ·  Disease  ·  Disgrace & Dishonour  ·  Disguise  ·  Disney  ·  Dispute  ·  Dissent & Dissension  ·  Diverse & Diversity  ·  Divide & Division  ·  Divine & Divinity  ·  Diving & Divers  ·  Divorce  ·  DMT  ·  DNA  ·  Do & Done  ·  Docks & Dockers  ·  Doctor  ·  Doctrine  ·  Documentary  ·  Dog  ·  Dogma & Dogmatic  ·  Dogon  ·  Dollar & Dollar Bill  ·  Dolphin  ·  Domestic Violence  ·  Dominican Republic  ·  Donitz, Grand Admiral Karl  ·  Donkey  ·  Door  ·  Doping & Cheating in Sport  ·  Doubt  ·  Dowsing  ·  Dracula  ·  Dragon  ·  Drama & Dramatic  ·  Draw & Drawing  ·  Dreams & Nightmares  ·  Drink & Drinking  ·  Drone & Drones  ·  Drown  ·  Drugs (I)  ·  Drugs (II)  ·  Drugs (III)  ·  Druids  ·  Drunk  ·  Dubai  ·  Dublin  ·  Duck  ·  Duels  ·  Dull  ·  Dust & Dusty  ·  Duty  ·  Dwarf & Dwarfism  ·  Dzopa & Dropa  
<D>
Dust & Dusty
D
  Dagestan  ·  Dagger  ·  Dagon  ·  Dam  ·  Damage  ·  Damn & Damnation  ·  Dance & Dancer  ·  Danger & Dangerous  ·  Daniel (Bible)  ·  Daoism & Taoism  ·  Dare & Daring-Do  ·  Dark & Darkness  ·  Dark Ages  ·  Dark Energy & Dark Matter  ·  Darts  ·  Darwin, Charles  ·  Data  ·  Dating (Romance)  ·  Daughter  ·  David (Bible)  ·  Dawn  ·  Day  ·  Deacon  ·  Dead & Death (I)  ·  Dead & Death (II)  ·  Dead Sea Scrolls  ·  Deal  ·  Death Penalty & Death Sentence  ·  Death Valley  ·  Debate  ·  Deborah (Bible)  ·  Debt  ·  Decadence & Decadent  ·  Decay  ·  Deceit & Deception  ·  Decency & Decent  ·  Decide & Decision  ·  Deconstruct & Deconstruction  ·  Deed  ·  Defeat  ·  Defect & Defective  ·  Defence & Defense  ·  Define & Definition  ·  Deformity  ·  Déjà Vu  ·  Delay  ·  Deluded & Delusion  ·  Dementia  ·  Demjanjuk, John  ·  Democracy & Democratic (I)  ·  Democracy & Democratic (II)  ·  Democrats  ·  Demons  ·  Demonstrate & Demonstration  ·  Denial & Deny  ·  Denmark & Danish  ·  Dentist & Dentistry  ·  Denver & Denver Airport  ·  Depart & Part & Leave  ·  Depression & Depressed  ·  Descendant  ·  Desert  ·  Design & Designer  ·  Desire  ·  Despair & Desperation  ·  Despot & Despotism  ·  Destiny  ·  Destroy & Destruction  ·  Detain & Detention  ·  Detective & Detection  ·  Determination & Determined  ·  Detox  ·  Detroit  ·  Develop & Development  ·  Devil  ·  Devil's Triangle & Dragon's Triangle  ·  Diamond  ·  Diana, Princess of Wales  ·  Diary  ·  Dictator & Dictatorship  ·  Dictionary  ·  Diego Garcia  ·  Diet  ·  Difference & Different  ·  Dignity & Dignified  ·  Diligence & Diligent  ·  Dimension  ·  Dinner & Dinner Party  ·  Dinosaur  ·  Diplomacy & Diplomat  ·  Dirt & Dirty  ·  Disabled & Disability  ·  Disappearances & Vanishings  ·  Disappointed & Disappointment  ·  Disaster  ·  Disbelief  ·  Discipline & Disciplinary  ·  Disco & Discotheque  ·  Discover & Discovery  ·  Discreet & Discretion  ·  Discriminate & Discrimination  ·  Disease  ·  Disgrace & Dishonour  ·  Disguise  ·  Disney  ·  Dispute  ·  Dissent & Dissension  ·  Diverse & Diversity  ·  Divide & Division  ·  Divine & Divinity  ·  Diving & Divers  ·  Divorce  ·  DMT  ·  DNA  ·  Do & Done  ·  Docks & Dockers  ·  Doctor  ·  Doctrine  ·  Documentary  ·  Dog  ·  Dogma & Dogmatic  ·  Dogon  ·  Dollar & Dollar Bill  ·  Dolphin  ·  Domestic Violence  ·  Dominican Republic  ·  Donitz, Grand Admiral Karl  ·  Donkey  ·  Door  ·  Doping & Cheating in Sport  ·  Doubt  ·  Dowsing  ·  Dracula  ·  Dragon  ·  Drama & Dramatic  ·  Draw & Drawing  ·  Dreams & Nightmares  ·  Drink & Drinking  ·  Drone & Drones  ·  Drown  ·  Drugs (I)  ·  Drugs (II)  ·  Drugs (III)  ·  Druids  ·  Drunk  ·  Dubai  ·  Dublin  ·  Duck  ·  Duels  ·  Dull  ·  Dust & Dusty  ·  Duty  ·  Dwarf & Dwarfism  ·  Dzopa & Dropa  

★ Dust & Dusty

Dust & Dusty: see Dirt & Mud & Rubbish & Cleanliness & Germs & Bacteria & Illness & Biology

Orbit: Earth's Extraordinary Journey TV - Horace - The Sopranos TV - Honeydripper 2007 - America: The Story of the US TV - Ken Burns TV - Exodus 9:9 - George Carlin - Mary Wollstonecraft - Peter Ackroyd - Edna St Vincent Millay - James Joyce - Dorothy Parker - Matthew 10:14 - Richard Hammond TV - Augustine Birrell - Red Dwarf TV - Horizon: Toxic Town: The Corby Poisonings TV -

 

 

4,092.  Massive dust storms called haboobs ... Haboobs are produced in normally arid regions when the leading edge of a storm collapses.  (Earth & Dust & Storm)  Orbit: Earth’s Extraordinary Journey III, BBC 2012

 

 

9,413.  We are but dust and shadow.  (Death & Dust & Shadow)  Horace

 

 

18,886.  Go find some dust.  (Gangstas: New Jersey & Dust & Servant)  The Sopranos: Employee of the Month s3e4 starring James Gandolfini & Lorriane Bracco & Edie Falco & Michael Imperioli & Dominic Chianese & Steven van Zandt & Tony Sirico & Robert Iler et al, Tony to servant

 

 

23,224.  The only thing wash out t’ dust is whisky.  (South & Dust)  Honeydripper 2007 starring Danny Glover & Yaya DaCosta & Charles S Dutton & Daryl Edwards & Vondie Curtis-Hall & Lisa Gay Hamilton & Stacy Keach & Mable John et al, director John Sayles, bloke in field

 

 

28,928.  1934 and darkness falls across America.  In the worst environmental disaster in American history: dust storms ... The Dust Storm rips across the country.  (United States & Dust)  America: The Story of the US: Bust

 

 

29,180.  ‘Dust to eat, and dust to breathe, and dust to drink, dust in the beds and in the flower beds, on dishes and walls and windows ...’  (United States & Dust)  Ken Burns’ The Dust Bowl: Dust to Eat

 

 

70,831.  And it shall become small dust in all the land of Egypt, and shall be a boil breaking forth with blains upon man, and upon beast, throughout all the land of Egypt.  Exodus 9:9

 

 

70,832.  Dusting is a good example of the futility of trying to put things right.  As soon as you dust, the fact of your next dusting has already been established.  George Carlin

 

 

70,833.  It appears to me impossible that I should cease to exist, or that this active, restless spirit, equally alive to joy and sorrow, should be only organized dust.  Mary Wollstonecraft

 

 

70,834.  ‘Is Dust immortal then,’ I ask’d him, ‘so that we may see it blowing through the Centuries?’  But as Walter gave no Answer I jested with him further to break his Melancholy humour: ‘What is Dust, Master Pyne?’

 

And he reflected a little: ‘It is particles of Matter, no doubt.’

 

‘Then we are all Dust indeed, are we not?’

 

And in a feigned Voice he murmured, ‘For Dust thou art and shalt to Dust return.’  Then he made a Sour face, but only yo laugh the more.  Peter Ackroyd, Hawksmoor  

 

 

70,835.  And you as well must die, beloved dust,

And all your beauty stand you in no stead;

This flawless, vital hand, this perfect head,

This body of flame and steel, before the gust.  Edna St Vincent Millay

 

 

70,836.  Dust webbed the window and the showtrays.  Dust darkened the toiling fingers with their vulture nails.  Dust slept on dull coils of bronze and silver, lozenges of cinnabar, on rubies, leprous and winedark stones.  James Joyce, Ulysses

 

 

50,892.  EXCUSE MY DUST  (Epitaph & Dust & Excuse)  Dorothy Parker, proposed inscription for gravestone 1925

 

 

76,562.  When ye depart out of that house or city, shake off the dust of your feet.  (House & City & Dust & Feet)  Matthew 10:14

 

 

93,117.  Dust plays a central role in our weather.  (Weather & Dust)  Wild Weather with Richard Hammond: Temperature – the Driving Force

 

 

75,901.  That great dust-heap called history.  (History & Dust)  Augustine Birrell

 

 

99,126.  I love dust.  After fluff it’s my all-time favourite dirt ... (Science Fiction & Dust)  Red Dwarf: Samsara s11e2, message on screen, Kryten

 

 

133,406.  In the 1990s strange things began to happen in the small town of Corby.  Mothers began to give birth to children with severe deformities.  As the number of cases grew, the mothers demanded to know why this had happened to their children.  This is the unknown story of the worst child poisoning case since Thalidomide.  A case that changed our understanding of the dangers of air pollution.  (Pollution & Poison & Steel & Local Government & Town & Dust & Law)  Horizon: Toxic Town: The Corby Poisonings, BBC 2020

 

133,407.  ‘Mothers all from the same small area all of whom had given to birth to children with very similar deformities.’  (Pollution & Poison & Steel & Local Government & Town & Dust & Law)  ibid.  Stephen Bevan, Sunday Time journalist  

 

133,408.  The waste sites were located on land where the town’s steel works once stood.  Corby started life as a village but in the 1930s one of the largest steel plants in Europe was built.  But in 1980, faced with huge government cuts, the steel work shut down, leaving 11,000 people unemployed.  Corby Council devised a plan to regenerate the town (1983).  This tiny council took on the biggest land reclamation project in Europe with a ten-year regeneration programme to help bring Corby back to life.  But demolishing a steel work is a complex process: steel making generates toxic waste that must be carefully disposed of.  (Pollution & Poison & Steel & Local Government & Town & Dust & Law)  ibid.    

 

133,409.  As this story spread, more and more mothers started coming forward.  (Pollution & Poison & Steel & Local Government & Town & Dust & Law)  ibid.

 

133,411.  ‘It was such a cover up.’  (Pollution & Poison & Steel & Local Government & Town & Dust & Law)  ibid.

 

133,412.  With the Council claiming no evidence of a cluster, the mother’s fight for answers seemed to be over … ‘My reading the article in the Sunday Times was complete happenstance … I had back in the day worked in the steel works.’  (Pollution & Poison & Steel & Local Government & Town & Dust & Law)  ibid.  Des Collins, solicitor      

 

133,413.  ‘It isn’t normal for secret documents to turn up; it’s like something out of a John Grisham novel.’  (Pollution & Poison & Steel & Local Government & Town & Dust & Law)  ibid.    

 

133,414.  The advice included that the contractors cover their lorries and make sure no dust is created particularly on public roads … ‘Lorries weren’t covered with sludge raining out of the back of these dump trucks.  All the roads in this area are judged covered in this silt.  And that’s where things went pear-shaped … a tremendous amount of pollution over the whole of the district.  That is basically a toxic soup of dust hanging over a town … over many many years.’  (Pollution & Poison & Steel & Local Government & Town & Dust & Law)  ibid.  Environmental health officer       

 

133,415.  18 families were now involved in the fight for compensation, and they were finally ready to go to trial … A case that had never been proven before: ten years after their battle began, all 18 mothers made their way to court … The judge visited the reclamation site … The issue of how far the dust could travel … [Corby Council] were hit with a legal bill of almost £15. It was the first case in the world to rule that air pollution could harm babies in the womb.      (Pollution & Poison & Steel & Local Government & Town & Dust & Law)  ibid.