dustman : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n someone employed to collect and dispose of refuse
- Next day York played for fun, was interrupted first by a nursemaid leisurely pushing a perambulator across his course, then by the town dustman trundling his cart.
- Like Eliza Doolittle with her dustman dad, Xiaochun risks estrangement from his father as Jiang and then Yu assume the job of nurturing the boy's talent.
- He played a dozen roles in the romp, from parson to pop singer, at one point had himself wheeled onstage in a garbage can to mimic the local dustman, who won fleeting fame by .
News & Articles
- 'So You Think You Can Dance' Top 20: Meet the contemporary dancers
As always, contemporary dancers are dominant in the "So You Think You Can Dance" Top 20. Seven of them made the cut -- Makenzie Dustman, Jasmine Harper, Tucker Knox, Nico Greetham, Carlos Garland, Hayley Erbert and Malece Miller.After talking to each of the dancers right after they learned they had made the show, meet each contemporary hopeful here.Makenzie DustmanHow do you feel, making it into ...
June 19, 2013 - Zap2It
- Goldie in BBC News
Ms Goldie said that, under the local income tax, those whose earnings came from bank interest and shares would pay nothing, adding: "Under the Scottish national income tax, the dustman will pay but the duke will not."
- Natasha Kaplinsky in Independent
Asked if she was worth the money, Kaplinsky said: "Five seem to think I am, but, no, how can anybody justify that? A dustman is worth Â£1m for cleaning up the rubbish, as far as I'm concerned, and a doctor is worth Â£20m for saving someone's life....
- John Snow in Independent
I could have got more money being a dustman going down the Marylebone Road than I did playing cricket,Snow said. "I remember when we had to play an extra Test match in 1970-71 in Melbourne and we talked about refusing to play. Donald...