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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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After duly receiving an application, NTC demeanor a preface investigation and query to set up that if a product has been dumped into Pakistan and if the dumping has caused of pressures to cause material injury to Pakistan's domestic industry or not.
For many years, most of the wastes have been dumped on the coast or burned in the open.
Everyone has garbage to dump, but no one wants garbage dumped near them.
I'd like to see two things emerge from the ITC's investigation: A determination that the domestic steel industry has been harmed by dumped steel, and a levying of retroactive duties, fines, or tariffs against all the countries dumping steel in the U.
But it's foolish to see dumped products as gifts to American consumers when these imports are part of an elaborate policy that some U.
Goods are dumped abroad to avoid undermining monopoly prices in the domestic market.
The 46-member commission announced that, starting in 1965, the Soviets dumped 18 nuclear reactors -- seven loaded with nuclear fuel -- into shallow water in the Kara Sea, off the eastern coast of the Novaya Zemlya.
The Siloti abstraction correlation and data expansion engines then work together to automatically map the low-level structures of the actual chip up to the RTL level and expand the dumped data to fill in the gaps for full visibility.
National Tariff Commission (NTC) has initiated anti-dumping investigation under new anti-dumping laws against dumped imports of wall and floor tiles from China.
We believe it s very important that industries with legitimate claims against dumped exports are able to seek a remedy through Australia s anti-dumping system to ensure unfair trading practices can be challenged - an important role for the new Anti-Dumping Commission.
Toilet jokes aside, Kern officials worry that sewage sludge carries pharmaceuticals and heavy metals - illegally dumped into the city's sewer system - that will eventually seep into groundwater beneath the site.
Contraband waste, for instance, is usually dumped in underdeveloped countries that lack the legislative and technical controls needed to protect vulnerable populations.