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toxicity

[täk′sis·əd·ē]
(pharmacology)
The quality of being toxic.
The kind and amount of poison or toxin produced by a microorganism, or possessed by a chemical substance not of biological origin.
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He admitted to having four drinks at the airport, which led the lawsuit to claim the passenger was "allowed to be seated on a flight while in an intoxicated state by United personnel" even though it "posed a serious health and safety risk to himself and to others, including Card.
08 percent or higher is presumed to be intoxicated.
The court saw that he had three previous reports of being intoxicated against him.
According to police, various samples from the body of slain model Qandeel Baloch were sent to Lahore laboratories for analysis on suspicion of giving her intoxicated drugs.
This change would require a sentencing judge to impose a higher sentence on those who repeatedly get behind the wheel in an intoxicated state, regardless of whether it is a car or a boat.
He was arrested for causing an accident while intoxicated, for refusing to undergo a second breathalyser test, for verbally abusing an officer, and for disturbing the peace.
In total 151 people were detected by officers as being intoxicated in the first six months of 2016 - a 13% increase on the same period last year.
Police were called to Miss Jones' bar and eatery on Merthyr Road in Whitchurch on yesterday afternoon after reports that two men appeared to be intoxicated and aggressive.
martin solveig THE Frenchman behind hits like Hello and the number one smash, Intoxicated, brings his My House party to the city tomorrow.
ARAPIST has been jailed after preying on a heavily intoxicated woman while she walked home from a night out.
In a society so often intoxicated by consumerism and hedonism, wealth and extravagance, appearances and narcissism, this child calls us to act soberly, in other words, in a way that is simple, balanced, consistent, capable of seeing and doing what is essential.
Training is being offered to workers who are likely to come into contact with those who have become intoxicated and vulnerable.