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Synonyms for dispose

Synonyms for dispose

to have an impact on in a certain way

dispose of: to put into correct or conclusive form

dispose of: to let go or get rid of as being useless or defective, for example

Synonyms for dispose

give, sell, or transfer to another

Related Words

make receptive or willing towards an action or attitude or belief

place or put in a particular order

make fit or prepared

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Advice: Health hazard Medical waste is not regular garbage and special care must be taken while disposing of it, including keeping it separate from the general populace, a senior health official said.
1) Can be used several times over, eliminating the hassle of disposing of batteries.
Smith, who is charged with 36 felony counts of grand theft, illegally storing and disposing of hazardous waste, and forgery, is out on bond.
Three hygiene-related behaviors protect infants against diarrhea: washing hands before preparing food and after using the toilet, safely disposing of infant feces, and safely storing water in the house (5).
Houston, notes, for example, that state law prohibits the dumping of tires and strongly discourages disposing of electronic equipment in landfills.
Companies such as IBM have certified processes for disposing of equipment when customers exchange it for new.
Compare these numbers, plus disposal new sand costs, to the current cost of disposing of all used sand and buying all new sand to determine the investment and payback time required.
Free Up Suspended Passive Activity Losses By Disposing Of Activity: Losses generated by passive activities may only be used to offset income from passive activities.
In early July, the government began seeking companies with experience in disposing of such weapons, through the Internet and other means.
Effective January 1, 1997, it provided that "whoever knowingly and willfully disposes of assets (including the transfer in trust) in order for an individual to become eligible for medical assistance under a State plan under title XIX, if disposing of the assets results in the imposition of a period of ineligibility for such assistance.
A growing number of people are now betting that the process of converting toxic materials into glass, called vitrification, can offer new options for disposing of asbestos and other hazardous wastes, even nuclear wastes.
In addition to this tip, Sell (1990) offers the following comments for disposing of infectious waste at a landfill: a.
Rite Aid is working with Sharps Compliance Corporation, a leading full-service provider of cost-effective solutions for disposing of medical waste and unused medications, to provide the envelopes.
Phase 1 Cancel lightning m about 520 with disposal, removal of loose gravel, material temporarily store approximately 1 250 square meters, picking up and disposing of extensive green roof about 250 square meters; dismantling existing foil seal and dispose of about 200 square meters; expand forehand heat insulation and temporarily store approximately 200 sq.
He said that concerned industrial zone would pay the expenditures on disposing off the industrial waste and committees comprising five industrial zones have been formed in this regard.
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