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  • adjective Common misspelling of hygienic.

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Examples

  • It strikes me that the place this progress has taken us - this space-age and computerized brand of progress - is into a sterile land of managed comfort, where even food is not sacrosanct: pieces of meat on styrofoam trays in hygenic supermarkets where the produce looks like it was molded in a factory somewhere.

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  • It was designed as an industrialized, "hygenic" version of the local traditional brew chang'aa, which can have such a high alcohol content it can cause death, or blindness from additives.

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  • It was designed as an industrialized, "hygenic" version of the local traditional brew chang'aa, which can have such a high alcohol content it can cause death, or blindness from additives.

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  • Mon Nov 10: Ate Pho at a place that advertised itself as 'hygenic'.

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  • Are performing seals less or more hygenic than those found in nature?

    Tom Gliatto: A Complaint About Sondheim

  • Are performing seals less or more hygenic than those found in nature?

    Tom Gliatto: A Complaint About Sondheim

  • Hangings these days are rare, and when executed are rather brief and hygenic.

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  • While the methods used are hygenic and the staff are technically paid minimum wage, she was still appalled by how little food workers are expected to live in and how much back-breaking effort is involved:

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  • Hangings these days are rare, and when executed are rather brief and hygenic.

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  • And when the latest scare is over, continue following good hygenic habits.

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