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burden

 [ber´den]
body burden chemicals stored in the body that may be detected by analysis.

bod·y bur·den

(bod'ē bĕr'den),
Activity of a radiopharmaceutical retained by the body at a specified time following administration.
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Once or twice flying machines, as they circled warily, came right overhead, and for a time Bert gave himself body and soul to cowering.
Safety experts at Western Power Distribution (WPD) are teaming up with the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to warn drone users about the risks of flying near overhead power lines and electricity sub-stations.
Last year, Western Power Distribution engineers responded to more than 370 incidents where members of the public had come into contact with overhead lines while involved in various outdoor pursuits.
As the fishing season gets underway, anglers are being reminded that contact with overhead lines causes electric shocks, severe and debilitating burn injuries and, in some cases, death.
Replacement of the 110 kv overhead line l004 kadaka-veskimetsa with a cable line and partial replacement of the 110 kv overhead lines of harku-veskimetsa and l012 harku-kadaka with the cable lines in accordance with the terms and conditions of the tender specifications.
As passengers were loading into the plane, some were looking for open spaces in the overhead storage to stow their carry-on luggage.
Engineers were still working on a 500-metre section of overhead line in the Chillingham Road area which came down on Monday afternoon.
Engineers are still working on a downed 500 metre section of overhead line in the Chillingham Road area which came down on Monday afternoon.
Evangelos Sardis worked for Washington Overhead Door, one of defendant's distributors.
In the absence of the overhead bridges, the pedestrians have no other option but to cross the eight-lanes of the Jinnah Avenue and the Metrobus track to reach the other side.
The Liverpool Overhead Railway operated through two world wars and was crucial in moving workers along the docks during these periods.
Construction of 400kV underground cables and overhead lines from Sohar IPP3 to Sohar Freezone grid station consisting of four circuits of 10.907km of cables and 5.630km of overhead lines at cost of RO26mn and completed in 30 months.