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- Eventually all life in the tank ceased and we threw it into a dumpster with immense relief.
- He lifted up a panel in the trunk, and dumped several unmarked boxes into a dumpster.
- Adam and I were discussing their door-slamming, right before I was about to take out a bag of rubbish to the dumpster.
- Kyle's bag was one he'd found in a dumpster, ran through the wash, and duck taped back together.
- Dad came out of the house with garbage and walked past, carrying the white bag a good twenty feet to heave it into the dumpster.
- When he's in that T-shirt, as well as a wig and lots of black leather, he likes to hide behind cars and dumpsters and then jump out right in front of unsuspecting pedestrians, preferably vulnerable females ones.
- I hopped over a few cardboard boxes and leaped up onto a couple of dumpsters, walking on top of them and then jumping back down just for the fun of it.
- She backed away and took a seat on a pile of old boxes next to the dumpster, crossing her knees and looking completely relaxed.
- They finished it in a minute, and then threw it into the dumpster with the other bottle.
- These controlled substances were found at such places as washracks, dumpsters, and building garbage containers.
- According to the new rules the bin lid must be closed when the dumpster has been set out.
- Fred threw a box of rubbish from the van in a dumpster when we stopped.
- As if this crime-magnet isn't bad enough, the homeless have repurposed the collection boxes for their own uses - as dumpsters and semi-private urinals.
- Nowadays, those dumpsters contain something far more valuable: hard drives.
- We also put out some boxes for you in a dumpster at the end of the street.
- There are these dumpsters by the basketball court and the swing set.
- Two men in the full regalia come stampeding through the obstacle course of dumpsters and cardboard box mansions.
- Fortunately, the bags of shredded papers had filled the dumpster to break her fall.
- After the fiery speeches were over, many protesters marched to major intersections in the city to construct road blockades out of rocks, tires, dumpsters, and bonfires.
- Wallace has found his images in dumpsters and recycling bins, or friends who knew he was actively collecting photographic discards had given them to him.