from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that incinerates, especially an apparatus, such as a furnace, for burning waste.
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- n. A furnace that burns refuse.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A furnace or retort for consuming, or reducing to ashes, any substance or body.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a furnace for incinerating (especially to dispose of refuse)
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Purse-Into-Flames: A handbag with a built-in incinerator for the next time you're stopped for driving while famous.
Or does wingnut philosophy dictate that disposing of unused embryos in an incinerator is fine but using them to research cures for fatal and debilitating diseases is evil?
I am sure that there are rather a lot of people who are breathing a sigh of relief that such an incinerator is not going to be in their back yard.
The Greengairs campaigners say that the whole ` development `, including the incinerator, is contrary to the Structure and draft Local Plans, but because of changes to planning legislation since April, is not being called in.
Harrisburg, Pa., which is struggling with $288 million in incinerator debt, hasn't filed an audit for 2009, for example; last year it took the Pennsylvania capital 357 days after its fiscal year to complete its audit.
Ms. Thompson, whose city is wrangling with $288 million in incinerator debt, said seeking state help is only one step toward resolving Harrisburg's problems, and that "there are many difficult steps to come."
The incinerator is due for an expansion soon, I imagine.
Here among the aquaculture fields an incinerator from the Dutch Period still stands.
The phrase "old school" needs to finally be consigned to the slang incinerator, where it should be placed atop the ashes of "bling" and immolated immediately.
The plan drafted by David Unkovic, Harrisburg's receiver, requires the city to sell or lease its failed incinerator, which is at the center of its debt trouble, as well as parking garages, one of its top revenue generators.
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