Examples of dumping in a Sentence
laws that prohibit the dumping of toxic materials
the dumping of last year's fashions by the garment manufacturers
Recent Examples of dumping from the Web
But by then, Jeter’s doorstep had become a dumping ground of criticism.
The administration is weighing similar measures over aluminum and steel dumping, and on intellectual property theft.
Residents of the county’s unincorporated communities — which are poor, predominantly black and have high crime rates — have watched many cities ban the dispensaries and see their neighborhoods becoming a dumping ground for them.
The grisly scene — literally a jumbled pile of human limbs and torsos topped by a threatening note apparently signed by the Zetas drug gang — was reminiscent of the mass dumping of bodies in the state in 2011.
Mount Mariah Cemetery is fighting back against dumping of construction equipment with funny (and mildly threatening) new signs.
Staten Island's Freshkills Park was once the world's largest landfill, a dumping ground for New York City's abundant heaps of garbage.
The dumping described in the plea agreement occurred in 2008 and 2009.
Commercial dumping fees fund the town's curbside pickup of trash, recyclables, bulky waste, leaves and other yard waste — services that residents in most other towns either pay for or don’t receive.
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