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biohazard

[′bī·ō‚haz·ərd]
(biology)
Any biological agent or condition that presents a hazard to life.
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Hambel, who credits the "mutual brotherhood" of the band as keeping him alive, left Biohazard after its million-selling, 1994 release "State of the World Address" and didn't return until the band's 20th anniversary in 2008.
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Capcom said it plans to launch the first title of BioHazard for GameCube on March 22 next year and remake the four earlier titles for GameCube.
Offering increased puncture and heat resistance and increased strength with an inherent softness and low noise factor, the new resins target geomembranes, high-strength packaging and biohazard waste bag applications.
The Bloodborne Pathogens Act requires the use of international biohazard labels and signs to identify all containers of stored blood and other body fluids.
Tenders are invited for Annual requirements contracts (ARC) for waste cleanup and disposal, including: Lot 1 - Hazardous Waste and Drug (Labs/Grow) Cleanup and Disposal, Lot 2 - Biohazard Waste (Body Fluids) and Non-Biohazard Waste Cleanup and Disposal.
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Inspired by his own unique "metal-meets-cowboy" style and his signature dreadlocks, Moyer has teamed up with Biohazard Apparel to create a line of clothing under the brand name DREAD[TM].
In response to these events, Congress passed the Medical Waste Tracking Act, (1) a law that required hospitals to establish a cradle-to-grave waste tracking system both for chemical and biohazard waste streams.
Biohazard HMV INSTITUTE, BIRMINGHAM "IT'S been a while," admitted frontman Billy Graziadei, in reference to Biohazard's long-overdue return to Birmingham, as he surveyed the sweaty crowd.
saved $62,000 between June and September by recycling and reusing items, along with reducing its biohazard waste.