disposes of 100% of sewage and other carbon-rich waste
If the excreta of cholera patients are not sanitarily
disposed, just a single patient can disperse billions of toxigenic V.
Scenes of graphic sex and violence can be omitted (and sanitarily
summarized by the teacher) to avoid parental or administrative discomfort.
The results show that those women who are not sick and living in houses where the sanitation condition is safe are relatively happier than those who are either sick or living in sanitarily
Watching potatoes become chips feels like a school field trip, right down to childlike fantasies of snitching a taste right off the conveyor belt - enacted sanitarily
by a dip of a tray held by the company's public affairs manager, Jim Green.
In combination with a lack of segregation within individual apartments, with living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens and bathrooms "promiscuously" mixed together on the same level, and with the overall higher density of population in multi-storey buildings, apartment living was regarded as morally and sanitarily
What was sanitarily
called an "exclusion" involved the forced transport and incarceration of more than 100,000 people.