disposal


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disposal

a means of destroying waste products, as by grinding into particles
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It was simply a question of preserving his credit by means which were legitimately at his disposal.
I had been more than half suspicious of the seeming sincerity of the Kaolian jeddak's sudden apostasy, but the alacrity with which he embraced my suggestion, and the despatch with which a force of officers and men were placed at my disposal entirely removed the last vestige of my doubts.
Why, that's altered into 'shall be at the absolute disposal of the Vice-Warden'
She was a little stunned by the vast amount of available money now in her possession and at her disposal.
With her usual promptness of resolution, Emily decided on taking it for granted that she was free to use as she pleased a carriage which had been already placed at her disposal.
Her luggage had already been removed, and Miss Lockwood had only to take possession of the room (Number 13 A), which was now entirely at her disposal.
The one difficulty that still remained to be met related to the disposal of the faithful creature who had never left her master, night or day, since the catastrophe had happened.
name, were drying, at Mercy's disposal, in the next room.
Grace's course was run; Grace's future was at her disposal.
The point is this, that a creator of new values meets with his surest and strongest obstacles in the very spirit of the language which is at his disposal.
Besides, all manner of doubt was quickly put out of the question: preparations for the trip were set on foot at London; the factories of Lyons received a heavy order for the silk required for the body of the balloon; and, finally, the British Government placed the transport-ship Resolute, Captain Bennett, at the disposal of the expedition.
The side turned up to the public view, presented the spectacle of a gentleman, possessed of considerable reputation as a speaker at charitable meetings, and endowed with administrative abilities, which he placed at the disposal of various Benevolent Societies, mostly of the female sort.