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the state of being contaminated

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the state of being contaminated

a substance that contaminates

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the act of contaminating or polluting

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The influence of example on one hand, and the contamination of too free an intercourse on the other, began to manifest themselves, even in that portion of his own flock, which he had supposed to be too thoroughly folded in spiritual government ever to stray.
However, the most astonishing and, if I may so express myself, the most painful, thing in this matter, is that you cannot even understand, young man, that Lizabetha Prokofievna, only stayed with you because you are ill, --if you really are dying--moved by the pity awakened by your plaintive appeal, and that her name, character, and social position place her above all risk of contamination.
The contamination of her crime spread out, tainted the universe, tainted himself; woke up all the dormant infamies of the world; caused a ghastly kind of clairvoyance in which he could see the towns and fields of the earth, its sacred places, its temples and its houses, peopled by monsters--by monsters of duplicity, lust, and murder.
A: Biologic contaminations within process facilities increase the risk of microbial contaminations within bioreactors and other process equipment.
Manufacturers who are incorporating single-use systems into their processes realize the added benefits in validation cycle time and cost savings, improved contamination control capabilities and higher yields.
At that point, according to the DOD, the relevant environmental agencies would assume jurisdictional authority and impose monitoring requirements and cleanup orders to address the offsite migration at the contaminations source.
It was this contamination with white phosphorus, which can damage bones and major internal organs, that in 1994 landed Eagle River Flats on the Superfund National Priorities List, a U.
Most experts now agree that scrap metal handling and shipments require closer inspection and supervision to guard against the recurrence of such contaminations.
The chance of getting 'hot' materials in scrap deliveries is seen by some experts as a minor threat now, but it is one that is beginning to attract trade and government attention as contamination incidents recur.