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used in The Bourne Supremacy

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dirty and unpleasant; or (more rarely) immoral
  • In squalid corridors crippled beggars vie with half-dressed prostitutes and drug peddlers in the eerie wash of naked bulbs that hang from exposed wires along the stone walls.
    Chapter 10 (51% in)
  • The squalid hotel he had managed to find had no such conveniences as a telephone.
    Chapter 30 (40% in)
  • He wandered the squalid streets of the Yau Ma Ti, his prisoner in tow, wrists still in traction, finding what he wanted to find, paying thousands of dollars for items worth a fraction of the amounts paid.
    Chapter 31 (32% in)

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