That 2009 film came out in January, a time generally thought to be the dumping ground, to gross $183 million.
As a consequence, the white-collar gays of D.C. have turned Secret into a dumping ground for personalized gossip.
There is a wooden gate here, which can be opened, but it only leads out upon a garden and a dumping ground above a cliff.
For several days, the south of England was a dumping ground—from somewhere.
All the commercial nations are looking to China as the only "dumping ground" for their over-production.
Beyond, on a vacant lot which Penny suspected might also be a dumping ground, stood three or four dilapidated shacks.
A corner of the Common, nearest the junction of two unpaved cross-streets, had been used as a dumping ground.
Reaching the dumping ground, standing between the handles of the wheel-barrow, Alfred attempted to overturn it.
This was the dumping ground for all the idlers, drunkards and scallywags in England.
Great Britain, far from being the world's manufacturer, has become the world's dumping ground.
A place to which unwanted persons and things are relegated: Because of such appointments the Department came to be seen as ''a dumping ground'' (1885+)