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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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With less sand to dispose of, a less expensive or more convenient option for waste disposal may exist.
Japan is likely to decide by next spring on a method to dispose of the shells, which mostly contain arsenic or picric acid, Hinata said.
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..." will be guilty of a misdemeanor if convicted and subject to fines up to $10,000 or imprisonment of up to 1 year or both.(1)
Bidding against other companies that proposed to dispose of the waste in the traditional manner, by mixing it with cement, GTS Duratek won the contract.
Medical centres are slapped with a Dh200,000 fine if they are found flouting the rules and do not dispose of their waste appropriately as per the regulations issued by Sharjah Municipality.
A FARMER pleaded guilty to several charges of failing to dispose of animal by-products at a court hearing yesterday.
At the same time, Georgia residents and businesses are paying millions of dollars to dispose of the same kinds of materials," Mike Beatty, DCA commissioner, says.
It is safe to say that practically no one who has not been involved in a major lead paint abatement (as opposed to the paint and repair jobs that are now included under Local Law 38) would have any idea how to dispose of this waste generated from small repair jobs.
Compared to regular solid waste, it costs ten times as much to dispose of infectious waste and a hundred times more to get rid of hazardous waste.
Eventually, Fuente says, the state will license firms to undertake such cleaning if they can establish that they will assiduously collect all pipe-cleaning wastes and "either dispose of them properly or turn those wastes back over to the oil companies for them to dispose of."
- create, maintain and dismantle the 65 m root curtain, - set up, maintain, dismantle - set up, maintain, dismantle, 714 m protective fence, - break off and dispose of 2 204 m 2 of different plaster - remove and dispose of 47 m 2 of asphalt, - remove and dispose of 1 916 m 2 plastic covering incl.
Ohio's Waste Characterization Study" concludes that Ohioans generate and dispose of more cardboard, office paper, newsprint and mixed paper each year than any other items.
If the taxpayer holds those shares for more than a year and does not dispose of them, they are transferred to the long-term category and take the average cost of the disposed-of shares as their adjusted basis.
But more realistically, the less waste you create, the less you have to dispose of or treat.
Tenders are invited for 1.2 the project shall consist (in summary of) aonad 5 (bungalow) (a) demolition works (hatched in orange) including : remove and dispose of existing gutter boxes with slate cladding (containing asbestos), downpipes, brackets and associated elements ends of existing rafters to be cut back as indicated remove and dispose of suspended ceiling, lightsand associates wiring throughout building remove and dispose of external double doors and frame remove and dispose of sink and units from kitchen remove and dispose of flooring remove and dispose of existing oil tank and boiler.