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not intense

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lower in rank or importance

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at a low level in rank or importance

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occurring at a relatively low altitude

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Prosecution counsel Paul Lewis, QC, asked: "In your experience is such subdural bleeding in a relatively low-level fall likely to result in the extensive subdural haemorrhaging, brain swelling, and bleeding we have heard described by other doctors?
Workers in Amethi will reply to their (BJP's) low-level politics.
9 cubic yards of Class C Mixed Low-Level Waste generated at the DOE Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, New Mexico.
HWSA: Is it correct that this contract is the first since the Texas Legislature amended the state's compact for disposal of low-level radioactive wastes?
He added that in order to further reduce disturbance the areas where low flying operations have been arranged, as part of the exercise, day to day, routine low-level training flying by other units will be suspended.
Speedy says it currently has the UK's largest range of low-level access equipment and runs 28 specialist access depots nationwide.
Low-level lead exposure in the prenatal and early preschool periods: intelligence prior to school entry.
Federal environmental officials say they are just trying to improve the management of low-level radioactive waste.
This aviator left the approved low-level route, managed to find high-tension wires and damaged a perfectly good airplane--luckily, only the plane.
Finham is served by the 15a and 15c buses run by Travel West Midlands, but they are not usually low-level buses.
They are pressing for a new, lax standard that would do away with the special permits and allow companies to buy and resell millions of tons of low-level radioactive metal.
And for the first time, DOD has budgeted millions of dollars to research the potential harm of low-level exposures.
South Carolina's June 13 decision to let all states, except North Carolina, uses its Barnwell facility gave everyone a little more time to decide how to dispose of low-level radioactive waste.
And although the National Academy of Sciences has found that the risk of leukemia, lung cancer and other cancers is higher for people living near nuclear facilities, DOE officials maintain that such low-level radiation poses no threat to public health.
Besides improving weather predictions, the wind profilers should help researchers learn more about an airstream known as the low-level jet.