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disposal

a means of destroying waste products, as by grinding into particles
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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.
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.
Grace's course was run; Grace's future was at her disposal.
So, without a moment's loss of time, he placed at the disposal of the Cambridge Observatory the funds necessary for the construction of a telescope, and entered into negotiations with the house of Breadwill and Co.
As regards the optical instruments at their disposal, they had excellent marine glasses specially constructed for this journey.
He had only to make the date at which the loan expired coincide with the date of his marriage, and there was his father-in-law's money at his disposal, or at his wife's disposal--which meant the same thing.
It was simply a question of preserving his credit by means which were legitimately at his 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.
Though I can fancy that, used to town housekeeping as you are, you must feel in the wilds here, and if there's anything wanted, I'm altogether at your disposal.
In that case, and in no other, certain sealed instructions relating to the disposal of the Diamond, and deposited with it, were to be opened, and followed implicitly.
More money could have been got for it, and the disposal of it in the diamond market would have been infinitely easier, if it had passed through the hands of the workmen of Amsterdam.
Competition of solid waste industry: the barriers to enter into solid waste disposal industry are high, and much higher than those of sewage treatment industry, as the industry requires excellent business performance, high technology, government support and sustainable investment ability.