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Pathology
Referring to the external appearance of the pathologist and technician handling an evisceration and dissection during an infectious autopsy.

Public
Referring to pollution or contamination.
 
Sexology
Obscene, indecent; offensive to good taste, especially in sexual matters.

Surgery
A term of art referring to the state of a procedure room after an intervention, i.e., non-sterile.
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'Ten years after the Supreme Court issued a continuing mandamus [a writ that compels the government to perform its duties properly] to clean Manila Bay, it is five times dirtier now.
Dahil alam naman natin na kinakailangan pangalagaan talaga ang ating kalikasan [But I think if prices will further increase, we will have no choice but to import cheaper albeit dirtier fuel.
But, what you don't realise is that the device in your hand is probably dirtier than a toilet seat.
Prakash Javadekar has dismissed Jaguar Land Rover ( JLR) chief executive officer Ralph Speth's statement that air sucked in by JLR cars on Delhi roads is far dirtier than what they emit as " crazy".
We assume there are two technologies to produce the product: a cleaner but more costly technology and a dirtier but cheaper technology.
With Blairite Liz Kendall having already slated Mr Corbyn, this election is getting dirtier by the day.
But dirtier, according to the survey, are the South East, Yorkshire and Humber, Greater London and the North West.
Doctors' stethoscopes are dirtier than their hands, found a new study published in the March issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
are already unable to comply with their air pollution regulations, so dirtier fuel is the last thing they need in their refineries," adds NRDC.
Environmentalists worry over that since Canada's tar sands oil is heavier and dirtier, a spill in the future meant difficult and longer to clean up.