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Synonyms for dust

grime

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particles

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remove dust from

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bite the dust

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to scatter or release in drops or small particles

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fine powdery material such as dry earth or pollen that can be blown about in the air

the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up

free microscopic particles of solid material

remove the dust from

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rub the dust over a surface so as to blur the outlines of a shape

cover with a light dusting of a substance

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A survey by Speedy Hire in South Wales shows more than half of workers admitted not using protective equipment against dust inhalation, despite official figures showing that work-related dust kills 8,000 people every year.
On August 24, state and local health departments jointly recommended that employees minimize soil disturbance and dust inhalation (e.
Last year's winner Jill, 46, will teach the city's heroes the revolutionary Buteyko breathing technique to help overcome the effects of severe dust inhalation from Ground Zero.
In the suit, the plaintiffs claimed employees at the mines developed pneumoconiosis from inhaling coal dust while performing their duties, and accused the companies of failing to take measures to protect them from dust inhalation.
In 1997, a British Ministry of Defense paper -- recently leaked to the press -- warned that "inhalation of insoluble uranium dioxide dust will lead to accumulation in the lungs with very slow clearance -- if any" and noted that "uranium dust inhalation .
Five years ago, he was diagnosed with silicosis, a lung fibrosis caused by dust inhalation.
Six former pit men were awarded a total of pounds 115,000 damages after Mr Justice Turner, sitting in London, found British Coal negligent in the operation of coal mines and failed to ensure miners did not suffer through dust inhalation.
One man dead, one woman critically injured, one woman with moderate injuries, two people with minor injuries and about 10 people treated for dust inhalation.
Hard hats are required when working with overhead type machines, such as the Taylor clamp, while face masks protect workers from dust inhalation.
The tool features a safety lock switch, a no-load speed of 2,500 RPM and an integrated dust extraction port that easily hooks up to a vacuum, minimizing cleanup time and dust inhalation.
The survey found 58% of workers admitted not using protective eguipment against dust inhalation despite figures showing that work-related dust kills 8,000 people every year.