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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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The lower value of PEFR in urban population is owing to industrial dust inhalation, vehicle exhaust emission, and suspended particulate matter and depends upon duration of exposure to pollution.
An official at SMC Accident and Emergency Department said there were several cases of people suffering from dust inhalation throughout the morning.
The high-integrity, dust-tight seal between bag spout and clamp ring allows full-open discharge from the bag with no risk of dust inhalation by the operative.
Given the rapid sorption and persistence of high levels of nicotine on indoor surfaces, including clothing and human skin, our findings indicate that third-hand smoke represents an unappreciated health hazard through dermal exposure, dust inhalation and ingestion," he added.
Mustafa, who lives in the industrial city of Helwan, about 30km south of Cairo's centre, blames the years of cement dust inhalation for weakening his immune system enough to get infected by TB.
Thousands of construction workers in South Wales are at risk from contracting fatal respiratory diseases through dust inhalation.
The authors suggest, as others have earlier, that additional routes of exposure, such as house dust inhalation and ingestion, also play important roles in PBDE exposure among Americans.
10) In a number of cases of anaphylaxis secondary to ingestion, the initial sensitization was related to psyllium dust inhalation, (l) Twenty cases of anaphylaxis to a psyllium-rich cereal were reviewed shortly after its introduction.
They are more likely to die of dust inhalation before the mercury would kill them, he says.
Sources indicate in many instances the risk from dust inhalation in colliery buildings was at least as high as in underground workings.
A Cute eosinophilic pneumonia is considered a rare disease, but it occurred at an increased rate among a population of soldiers serving in or near Iraq between March 2003 and March 2004, and may be associated with new-onset smoking and/or dust inhalation, an epidemiologic study shows.
Acute eosinophilic pneumonia (AEP) is considered a rare disease, but it occurred at an increased rate among a population of soldiers serving in or near Iraq between March 2003 and March 2004, and may be associated with new-onset smoking and/or dust inhalation, an epidemiologic study shows.
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.