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dump

Etymology: ME, dumpen, to throw down
1 to print out the contents of a computer memory or other computer-storage medium.
2 the printout resulting from such an operation.
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Cabinet last month approved Agriculture Minister Akram Chehayeb's plan to end the 2-month-old garbage crisis by transforming the Srar dump into a sanitary landfill and establishing another one in east Lebanon, reopening the Naameh landfill for seven days and supporting robust waste recycling initiatives.
The Dump Furniture Store, a division of Virginia Beach-based Haynes Furniture, is one of the nation's Top 50 Furniture Retailers with 11 locations in Illinois, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, Georgia, Arizona, and New Jersey.
The first dumps were probably made by the Yorkshire bottle making companies, J Kilner, J Tower and Redfearn Brothers around 1829, firms which stamped many of their dumps with their maker's mark.
In Bhopal, action groups have demanded that Dow Chemical--with whom Union Carbide merged in 2001--pay for the cleanup of toxic dumps at the closed Union Carbide plant.
Page 2-19 of TM 9-2320-272-10 tells how to use the dump body's bedlocks.
In November, Ecoce opened the PET separation warehouse in northeast Mexico City, fed by 20 trucks that visit 15 dumps in the region, buying used containers from the pickers.
Tanabe's team tested 48 soil samples from five dumps where trash had been burned.
This is not the case, says Dolyny, pointing out the banning of open dumps by the Americans in 1991.
A source said: "Officers from the CAB will be given all their details and illegal dump operators will be slapped with tax bills and CAB will apply for seizure of assets orders in the High Court.
It's built to withstand 500 ft-lb of impact at -40 F and to handle boulders and chunks of concrete in payload weights similar to an all-steel dump body.
Clarisse Friloux had always believed that the Campbell Wells oil field waste dump site was accepting only drilling mud.
The power company's choice for a dump site is an island in the Mississippi River, about thirty-five miles south of Minneapolis, next to the small Mdewakanton Dakota Indian community.