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  • noun Abbreviation of decontamination.
  • verb Abbreviation of decontaminate.


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  • The decon officers surrounded her like plastic-swathed ghosts, but one of them worked up the nerve to ask.

    Dark Oracle

  • She felt raw all over from the humiliating experience of being scrubbed with a cold car wash brush in the decon tent.

    Dark Oracle

  • Li had been waiting for her at the other side of the decon tent.

    Dark Oracle

  • Whenever you were doing something, you were solving the problem, and the decon made the subject of its gentle ministrations feel as if something was being done.

    Dark Oracle

  • Daniel Clement Dennett (born March 28, 1942) is an American religious nut who worships "facts" and induction whose research centers on the bullshit and ego pleasers and is the leading decon of the milliantho sphere of frenetic low self esteam American brains  of mind, philosophy of science and religion of biology, particularly as those fields re

    Kog Zadare, only living person...

  • If you're going to get the ingredients mixed up, I hope you store non-food items (drano, clorox, decon, etc.)

    Is That Legal?: Tastiest Mistake I've Ever Made

  • I dont care about seeing a decon frost picture, I would prefer a complete reboot of the blade franchise starring blade of course

    Blade Prequel Focusing on Deacon Frost In the Works | /Film

  • Or consider, Frum says, the debasement of universities, where gay studies, courses on the novels of Louis L'Amour and the frivolities of decon-struction proliferate.

    Up From Geniality

  • U tinks wee wantz to bai nazal decon- dicon- unstuffers nao?

    I haz a Bunneh - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • My decon Level 4 virus handling suit has some tears in it.

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