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
The tubas are relics of a time before Cabaniss, a time when the library was an unofficial dumping ground for whatever someone once decided ought to be kept.
Minor said there were no ice-bucket dumpings or anything of that nature in the postgame locker room.
In the southern coastal city of Guayama, residents long have protested the dumping of a several-story-high mountain of coal ash on the grounds of nearby power plant.
Ghana has become a dumping ground for huge amounts of electronic waste.
The news will doubtless provoke wry smiles at Bombardier after all the hoo-hah over unethical dumping of its planes in the U.S. market.
The city also has received complaints about fly dumping and abuse by construction contractors.
The water recycling is especially important: Denim manufacturing is one of the biggest water polluters in the world, both in fashion and beyond, dumping chemicals and dyes into local water sources in startlingly high concentrations.
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