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disposable

Nursing adjective Referring to that which is discarded or disposed of noun An item used in health care-related Pt contact which is discarded after use–eg masks, gloves, gowns, needles, paper products, syringes, wipes. See Biohazardous waste.
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disposable

(di-spō′ză-bĕl)
Designed to be used once and discarded and not reused or recycled.
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Several consortia, including those from the United States, have been formed to bid for contracts to dispose of the chemical arms.
Michael Stonehouse, 39, of Churchlands Farm, Catton, near Allendale, Northumberland, faced 45 separate charges as he appeared at Tynedale Magistrates' Court in Hexham, ranging from failing to dispose of animal byproducts to failing to apply for a cattle passport, which are all said to have happened in April last year.
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A producer of less than the minimum amount of hazardous waste, according to federal law, needs only dispose of the waste in a responsible manner.
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The issues involved when a taxpayer disposes of either a portion of his or her mutual fund holdings or his or her entire interest underscore the importance of maintaining good records.
He said that a double chamber incinerator was present at the Allied Hospital which had a capacity to dispose of 120kg medical waste per hour and daily 450kg waste was being disposed of.
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agency set up by Congress to dispose of some $500 billion of assets that was folded into the FDIC last December.
The rapidly rising cost to dispose of these materials was the impetus for a program to evaluate alternative methods of waste management such as waste minimization and treatment.
The information officer said Chief Judge Wazir Shakil Ahmed led single and divisional bench to hear cases on daily basis and dispose the pending cases in shortest possible time and provide inexpensive justice to people.