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disposable

[də′spō·zə·bəl]
(engineering)
Within a manufacturing system, designed to be discarded after use and replaced by an identical item, such as a filter element.
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Lot 3: regulate and distribute approximately 7,638 m of banquets; regulate and dispose of approximately 67,994 m of banquets; clear and dispose of approx.
Put them in the trash or dispose through a medication disposal program.
Any business, including those operated from home, should legally dispose of controlled waste.
(c) To qualify for the exception in paragraph 56.4(3)(c) a taxpayer must dispose of an "eligible interest." An "eligible interest" is capital property of the taxpayer that is either an interest in a partnership that carries on a business or a share in a corporation that carries on a business.
THE Welsh Assembly is giving pounds 2.4m to local councils to help them dispose of domestic fridges.
Moreover, being rechargeable, 'eneloop'can be used 1000 times*3 over and without the need to dispose of the dry cell battery each time it is used up, it greatly reduces the troubles involved in the 'storage and disposal of used dry cell batteries'.
Either the administrator or the application must dispose of the data on the backup set.
Although 98% of households in al-Garda and 94% in al-Salamuniya had toilets, many of those households not connected to the sewage system did not safely dispose of effluent.
If you dispose of equipment yourself, make sure your IT department copies old data, then wipes information from the old hard drives with strong over writing programs, followed by strong magnets.
In the July 2001 issue of Pediatrics, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) issued a policy statement about the health hazards of environmental mercury, and urged physicians and parents to stop using mercury thermometers and to dispose of them properly.
It is becoming more and more difficult to dispose of great quantities of material into the ground.
An inmate filed a [section] 1983 action alleging that state prison officials violated his civil rights when they failed to dispose of his medical blood samples in a manner consistent with his religious beliefs.