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Dirty Work ( work which makes one dirty; actions which are bad ... )

"Dirty Work"

Dirty work is work which makes a person unclean, which can also mean doing bad things.

Example: "You want me to fire her for you? Hey, do your own dirty work."

Digging Your Own Grave

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