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The meaning of "where theres muck theres brass"

" Where there's muck there's brass "
Meaning:
Dirt and muddle are evidence of products being manufactured and money (brass) being made.
Example:
Stuff was coming in and out of the factory yard every five minutes and debris was piled everywhere. Business was brisk though - where there's muck there's brass you know.
Where did it originate?:
Britain - especially Yorkshire.
Where is it used?:
England, most commonly in the north of England.
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