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- abbr. toxicity
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In the sponges, a skeletal element or spicule of monaxial type, which has the form of a double-curved rod or Cupid's bow.
- n. An abbreviation of toxicology.
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I am neither afraid of having to shoot non-toxic shot at doves (the shells work and all my guns are steel-friendly) nor am I 100% convinced no-tox is necessary, so I will be keeping an open mind and following this Texas survey with considerable interest.
In South Dakota, non-tox is not mandatory on the grass lands though it is on Game Production Areas and Waterfowl Production Areas.
With water boiled in basket pots until the tannin tox is gone.
"The case isn't complete until we get the 'tox' back."
The tox screen came back with high levels of a cancer-treatment drug called Nexavar.
She faxes the tox screen from the ER and updates him on the medications Harry needs to be receiving.
Methadone, I have learned, has a structure that is different enough from heroin that it is not picked up by a tox screen, so this last positive urine test was also the last time she was high, the last time she had a needle in her arm or between her toes.
He worries that if he agrees, he will be made to return to prison, so the ER staff has him pee in a cup and they document the negative urine tox before giving him the drugs.
Great post, and I'm with the 35 yards or less guys when it comes to waterfowl ... especially with steel, but even with the new, non-tox stuff.
Don't get me wrong, there are any number of things in the world that are legitimately complicated -- multidimensional string theory, Middle East peace, a Charlie Sheen tox screen -- but a healthy relationship is most definitely not.
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