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  • "We try to make as many corrective actions as possible while the [inspector] is still on site, so they can observe it and put it in their report," said Mike Cannon, senior vice president of operations for Sanfilippo, based in Elgin, Ill. "Haphazard" enforcement allows dangerous conditions to flourish inside Georgia processing plants, said Bill Marler, a lawyer in Seattle who specializes in food contamination cases.

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  • Haphazard stacks of papers and books are piled on the desk, on the floor, everywhere.

    'Robopocalypse'

  • I even have a few with just stories where the recipes are incidental (Gehman's Haphazard Gourmet.)

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Haphazard means you may sometimes be pleasantly surprised, and this is what I was with this small book.

    The Laurel Poetry Series: Alexander Pope « Unknowing

  • I even have a few with just stories where the recipes are incidental (Gehman's Haphazard Gourmet.)

    Bibliophile Bullpen

  • Haphazard rulemaking scares away producers, even before a ban goes into effect.

    About Those Malaria Goals

  • Haphazard rulemaking scares away producers, even before a ban goes into effect.

    About Those Malaria Goals

  • Haphazard rulemaking scares away producers, even before a ban goes into effect.

    About Those Malaria Goals

  • Haphazard outreach to just one of these platforms misses the mark widely, sacrificing a significant return on investment.

    How Political Activists Are Making The Most Of Social Media

  • Haphazard outreach to just one of these platforms misses the mark widely, sacrificing a significant return on investment.

    How Political Activists Are Making The Most Of Social Media

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