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having or showing a tendency or likelihood

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having made preparations

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(usually followed by 'to') naturally disposed toward

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The 115 cases from Sindh have also been disposed off, while 102 are under investigation at initial stage and 22 in hearing, whereas, 94 cases from ICT are disposed off, 66 under investigation and 43 in hearing.
He informed the court that 22 tons waste of public sector hospitals was disposed of throughout Punjab but Lahore was a big challenge as it houses the largest number of hospitals and clinics.
He said that out of 172 petitions referred to the tribunals in Punjab, 63 have been disposed of and 109 are pending.
The Supreme Court disposed of a record 2,932 cases up to June 30, while 17,380 are pending with the apex court, Supreme Court Registrar Dr Faqeer Hussain said.
to put in place : arrange <Campsites were disposed around the lake.
Northumberland County Council's Trading Standards has set up a collection point where farmers can take their drowned sheep to be disposed of.
If you wish to clean your fish, the waste may not be disposed within 100 feet of the shoreline whether in the water or on land, If you are on a large body of water, you may dispose of the waste in the water as long as it is done more than 100 feet from shore.
Businesses can dispose of their own waste, but must be able to provide Waste Transfer Notes or receipts showing where waste was disposed, the weight and the date it was tipped.
A report by the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) finds that nearly 87 percent of disposed tires are put to a new use each year.
Although each project generates small quantities, it is estimated that 15,000 cubic yards of scrap materials from small construction projects were disposed of in the KAFB Landfill in 2003.
Thus, for example, a loss would not be recognized by a corporation that disposed of a Sec.
In a vertical carve-out, which disposes of all of the taxpayer's remaining rights in the property, the court must determine whether the taxpayer disposed of a right to future income that had previously been earned--which generates ordinary income--or a right to earn future income--which creates capital gains.
Since the taxpayer had not disposed of "property," the proceeds allocated to the right were determined to be nontaxable.
If fridges are not disposed of properly they can release gases which will contribute to the depletion of the ozone layer and add to the greenhouse effect.
Consequently, it makes a remarkable contribution to the reduction of 70,000 tons*5 of used dry cell batteries disposed annually in Japan alone.