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My children never wash their clothes; they just leave a pile of dirty laundry on the floor in their bedroomsI have a pile of homework to do this weekend.

My children never wash their clothes; they just leave a pile of dirty laundry on the floor in their bedrooms.

If you find any rocks in the garden, just pile them over there by the wheelbarrow.

We raked the leaves into huge piles for the kids to jump in.

His room was a mess, with piles of books on the desk, dresser and floor.

We only had one car for seven people, so we all piled into it, and took off.

Kent made piles of money last summer working for B.C. Hydro.

Thomas Edison once remarked that to invent, you need a good imagination, and a pile of junk.

Following the terrorist attacks, the smoking pile of the remains of the World Trade Center in New York could be seen from space.

Garbage was piled up so high outside the city of Paris during the 1400s that it interfered with the city's defenses.

If every OREO cookie ever made were stacked on top of each other (more than 362 billion), the pile would reach the moon and back more than five times.

Placed in a pile, one million dollars in $1 bills would be 110 meters high.

Because one cannot destroy any Buddhist images in Laos, broken images are piled up in temples, caves, and other holy places.

In March of 1987, a boat carrying a 3,100-ton pile of rotting garbage left New York to look for a landfill willing to take its contents. No one would accept it.

Find someone who has a pile of homework to do.

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