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overflow

[-flō]
Etymology: AS, ofer + flowan
the flooding or excessive discharge of a fluid, such as urine, saliva, or bile.

overflow

The continuous escape of fluid from a vessel or viscus, as of urine or tears.
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For waste collection staff are also the risks of picking up and handling overflowing garbage include infections, chronic diseases and accidents, Dr mentioned.
Nottingham was the UK's cleanest city with just 4% of residents expressing issues with overflowing bins, while London was the UK's worst city for problem waste, with a third of people having experienced problems with overflowing bins.
Dirty water is overflowing on the footpath and may soon enter the main road side of Shaikh Mohammed Avenue.
This lake is overflowing after a very long time and we are very happy about this.
REPORT ANY OVERFLOWING PANS OR SPILLS AROUND THE MOTOR POOL TO YOUR UNIT'S HAZMAT OFFICER OR NCO.
The result is crude yet complex, overflowing with violence and sexual connotations.
a global leader in kitchen and bath design, announces today that its sok(TM) overflowing bath and laminar-flow bath filler are the recipients of prestigious Gold and Silver Industrial Design Excellence Awards (IDEAs), respectively, from the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA).
com For the second continuous day, wadis in Rustaq, some 132 kilometres from Muscat, are overflowing.
The warning of dangerous overflowing of Bulgaria's Ogosta, Iskar and Yantra rivers is still valid for the next few days.
Socratous said all the necessary measures had been taken to address any potential problems from overflowing dams this year, and that so far there had not been any adverse consequences from the overflows.
Adams' poster showed an overflowing bucket with the slogan, ``Don't overflow it, or you'll blow it.