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- adj. Containing no lead.
- adj. Containing no tetraethyl lead; unleaded.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. not containing the element lead.
- adj. Not containing a lead additive such as tetraethyllead or tetramethyllead; -- of gasoline. Oposite of
- adj. Not containing a pigment having lead as a component; -- of paints.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of gasoline) not containing tetraethyl lead
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Yet Pilsen's air quality, as measured by the EPA air monitor perched atop Perez Elementary School, falls well below the new benchmark for clean, lead-free air set by the EPA in 2008.
The Portland, Ore., company known for iconic American-made period lighting has added around 1,000 products—Egg Press bedding, walnut furniture by Reed La Plant, elegant lead-free stoneware from Ohio the teapot shown is $58, and more—to its site.
The industry and consumer organizations jumped down their throats and made them back off of a general ban, but they're still forcing Park employees to use lead-free ammo for culling and management operations.
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The most recent of this genre is from Nosler — a lead-free Ballistic Tip for varmint hunters.
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All of the glazes at the Tempe Arts Center are lead-free and high firing, so most of them are in a limited range of colors.
Instead, they took a sensible approach and encouraged hunters to switch, with the added incentive of a coupon for free, lead-free ammo.