She said it was difficult to imagine the derelict state of many of Bradford's old buildings in the 1950s and 1960s, when rents were low, and the properties usually had no water and a shared outside privy .
We are not privy to his innermost thoughts here, but to what he chose to record.
As usual we were not privy to any information about the car's significance; we were just asked to find and mark it.
There is already a precedent for this because local residents (including my family) all have concessionary tickets to the privy gardens and have had them since they were replanted.
Hacking also becomes useful in tapping into intranet networks, making you privy to who is talking about what.
The privy had its little stand in the corner with a blue curtain and a small wash stand and porcelain sink with a mirror.
Particular care, however, needs to be taken where the plaintiff in the second action is not the same as the plaintiff in the first, but his privy .
Not many people had her com number, not the portable one anyway, they all called her via privy line at the office or at home.
The search group was not privy to the coin toss and placement of the target, and the placement group was not present for the actual search.
We also pointed out that the introduction of the outside privy in the late 19th century was a major step forward for sanitation, and that these modest buildings were therefore part of the social history of the area.