Dirty Pool


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Dirty Pool

An informal term.

1. Unethical behavior.

2. The act or practice of aggressively negotiating to achieve the best possible result.
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This man named Marcio says the construction work has left dirty pools of standing water -- a perfect breeding ground for mosquitos.
The recent rains have exposed the slackness and poor performance of sanitation department of Rawalpindi city and Cantonment Board Rawalpindi, as roads and streets at many places turned into dirty pools due to clogging of sewerages.
Our board decided this year, because of all the foreclosures and increased rate of dirty pools, to do it," Mellor said.
With categories covering a broad spectrum of getaway gripes from flight delays and dirty pools to building sites and churlish reps,panellists Bruce Treloar,Ann Harvey and Ros Fernihough have their work cut out deciding who will win.
From infested apartments, building site eyesores and unhelpful staff to flight delays, dirty pools and poor resort entertainment, it's surprising we dare to venture abroad at all.
Four out ten were also annoyed by unsafe facilities such as broken wiring, dirty pools and disappointing service from holiday representatives, but 70per cent of them kept quiet.
The low number of cases might be due to the weather patterns or heightened awareness of the virus leading more people to hinder mosquito breeding by removing stagnant water and reporting dirty pools, Mellor said.
The Maricopa County Environmental Services Department said approximately 25 percent of its mosquito complaints stem from dirty pools.
Secret filming reveals filthy rooms and dirty pools among other holiday horrors.