taint


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the state of being contaminated

place under suspicion or cast doubt upon

contaminate with a disease or microorganism

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The Cardiff-based independent family business, which launched more than 10 years ago, says the "taint" is an isolated incident and has been traced to well water from a single farm.
Graham Ball, the commercial director of Cymru Dairy, said it was only made aware of the issue a number of days after the milk had been supplied to customers because "the taint appears to develop over time".
According to the Cymru Dairy website, the batches of milk which have a taint to it, include: | Cymru Dairy 2 litre Whole Milk (Use by: 08.01.19 and 09.01.19); | and Cymru Dairy 2 litre Semi Skimmed Milk (Use by: 09.01.19 and 11.01.19).
But some wineries simply walked away from the risk, thanks to contract clauses they claim gave them the right to reject fruit believed to hold a reasonable risk of taint.
We propose two strategies for identifying checksum points based on taint analysis (see Section 3 for details).
"I've used the word 'saga' and it is something that will taint Caster's name for the rest of her career," said Meadows.
Truckers, secretaries, nurses, fire and ambulance workers, correctional officers, judges and attorneys, HIV/AIDS and addiction caregivers, police officers, and forensic pathologists all deal with, the editors say, a stigmatization or "taint" on the parts of their job that are degrading or unspeakable at the dinner table.
Screwcap devotees cite losses suffered through cork taint as the primary reason for the switch.
A lot of money is tainted--it taint yours and it taint mine.
Under the so-called "once a PFIC, always a PFIC" taint of Sec.
In The New Republic, Pipes wrote that while Solzhenitsyn is too eager to exonerate czarist Russia of mistreating its Jewish subjects, and as a consequence is sometimes insensitive to the latter's predicament, "at least he absolves himself of the taint of anti-Semitism."
Because the boy was arrested without probable cause, his subsequent confession must be suppressed absent evidence of intervening events sufficient to purge the taint of the unlawful seizure.
Volatile compounds that originated from wood may taint food packaged in paper and paperboard products.
If the odor or flavor of a foodstuff is foreign to the product, then the question is a matter of taint.
All money is tainted, says Shaw; the problem then is to remove the taint and have a fairer distribution.