It can be compared to an overflowing rubbish-bin, which our brain, this amnesiac dustman , chronically forgets to empty.
We'd never have known his poems at all had they not, in the early 19005, been rescued from the dustman 's burn.
The following day a dustman found it on his rounds and passed it on to Oscar who rang the victim.
As his debut album became a critical and commercial success, however, he began constructing a slightly affected public image as a kind of semi-professional singing dustman .
It doesn't matter if you're a Duke or a dustman - you all have the same allocation.
For example, in the recent week-long search for a former Selby dustman , they joined search teams across the county.
This, the story about the dustman , reads like one of his monologues, with the added advantage of turning out to be a very creepy ghost story.
But then the man, a science teacher at a in Denton, struck again and murdered a 71-year-old retired dustman he picked out at random when he went out for a midnight stroll near his home.
Many state employees - teachers, doctors, dustman - have not been paid for up to five months.
He was a pupil at the John of Gaunt School before taking on jobs as a milkman and dustman .