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clean refuse from

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collect discarded or refused material

feed on carrion or refuse

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remove unwanted substances from

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DPPH free radicals scavenging assay: For this attempt of DPPH (1, 1-diphenyle-2-picrylehydrazyl) scavenging activity, the technique of Gymfi et al.
DPPH free radical scavenging activity: Antioxidant assay was performed on methanol fractions of selected plant material at four different concentrations (0.
The Ramon Magsaysay Foundation chose Wilson in recognition of his 'moral energy and prodigious skill in leading a grass roots movement to eradicate the degrading servitude of manual scavenging in India, reclaiming for the dalits the human dignity that is their natural birthright.
96% scavenging activity was observed in otostegia limbata [31].
Even though the sewerage facility in most Indian homes have now been replaced the water-based systems, in certain pockets of states such as Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Bihar, the old practice of manual scavenging still persists.
Due to the financial constraints of the families, these children need the cash earned from scavenging to fulfil their family's basic needs.
The viable area of use might be smaller here than for other bobcat habitats and potentially contributed to these particular bobcats scavenging as heavily as they did.
Clove bud essential oil had the highest DPPH radical scavenging capacity of 285.
Misra says scavenging is an essential civil and economic activity.
ANNE Robinson has been reduced to scavenging out-of-date food from a skip as part of her investigation into British spending habits for a new TV show.
Despite intensified efforts being carried out by the authorities concerned to curb the practice of scavenging garbage bins in residential areas in Sharjah, the practice has become more prevalent and is leaving residents annoyed.
Following site trials pumping aggressive oxygen scavenging chemicals, Occidental Petroleum in Oman reports it has approved Hydra-Cell pumps, from WANNER INTERNATIONAL, for use in one of its most demanding applications.
WE are appalled to see images on TV of scavenging in third world countries.