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And in the realm of less-recent history, the Boston Globe recalled that intruders once broke into Celtics legend Bill Russell’s home and defecated on his bed.
Animal at large, Midland Road: A woman was cited at 12:33 p.m. Dec. 8 after numerous complaints from her neighbor that the woman's dog was coming onto the neighbor's property and urinating and defecating there.
The government is also working to discourage the release of dead bodies into the river, a traditional practice, by building crematoria along its banks as well as building sanitation networks to stop people from defecating on the river banks.
Then, if the baby was getting ready to urinate or defecate, the mothers seated their babies in positions that mimic sitting on a toilet.
Her kids saw it first: A woman, pants around ankles, defecating before the Budde family's Colorado Springs home.
This is intercut with shots of villagers squatting in fields to defecate.
Places where cats prefer to defecate, like the loose soil of gardens and children's sandboxes, tend to have the highest oocyst counts.
In some cases, Fascist squads forced enemies to defecate on politically symbolic objects—pages of a speech, or a manifesto.
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