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  • adj. Able to be dislodged

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Examples

  • Another spokesman from the CPSC's chemistry division drew a "no brainer" conclusion when he stated, "This shows that the overall risk is lower than our original testing would have showed, as the amount of lead dislodgeable is mostly taken out with the first wipe and goes down with subsequent wipes."

    Nancy Chuda: A Real Pandora's Box

  • We're also looking at ways to reduce the amount dislodgeable arsenic, and that includes stains, sealants, paints.

    CNN Transcript Dec 30, 2003

  • We've got a study going on right now, which we hope will be completed in the next year, and what we'd like to do is find something that we can tell consumers, look, if you go out and buy this sealant, apply it, you know, on a regular basis that you can reduce the amount dislodgeable arsenic.

    CNN Transcript Dec 30, 2003

  • These include transfer coefficients for worker exposure scenarios that have not yet been investigated, dislodgeable foliar residues

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  • "It is depressing because it proves how rooted and dislodgeable is the Palestinian narrative,"

    Headlines & Deadlines by HonestReporting Canada

  • It is depressing because it proves how rooted and dislodgeable is the Palestinian narrative, that even recorded, easily verfiable facts are discarded.

    Headlines & Deadlines by HonestReporting Canada

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