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  • n. Attributive form of toxic waste

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Examples

  • Although this new deal with Treasury and the Fed could not be completed by the time the merger was to close on January 1, Lewis told his board he had received an oral commitment that the capital infusion and toxic-waste removal would be in place by January 20, the day Bank of America was to release its 2008 earnings report.

    The Final Days of Merrill Lynch

  • I never took it personally, because I realized he didn 't trust anybody, except a very small group of advisers around him, said Robert Hernan, a former assistant attorney general in the environmental protection bureau who was a trial lawyer for the state in the Love Canal toxic-waste case in the late 1980s.

    Cuomo

  • Jens Lindhe TOXIC AVENGER | The boardwalk at the Maritime Youth House, cleverly built over a former toxic-waste site His easygoing and attentive sociability seems to have been one of the keys to his public success in Scandinavia and should ease his acceptance here.

    Building a Better Future

  • The Palisades Center has inspired local humorists with its gargantuan nature and placement atop what had been a toxic-waste dump.

    A Whopping Shopping Saga

  • Zijin Mining Group rose by the 10% daily limit in a technical rebound after falling about 14% in the previous five sessions, following the company's apology for a toxic-waste leak at one of its copper mines in Fujian province.

    Chinese Stocks Hit Three-Week High

  • A maker and distributor of deadly PCB's added to global water supplies and one of the biggest toxic-waste polluters the world has ever seen -- under the worst circumstances,

    Consumers Beware: Monsanto Is A Global Multinational Biotech-Killer

  • Could I, would I, drop everything and search for Durden's "dilapidated house in a toxic-waste part of town"?

    Kim Morgan: The Club in Your Face: The Social Network

  • But their extraction and processing, like all mining, have environmental costs -- such as the creation of moonscapes, tailing ponds and toxic-waste streams, to name a few.

    A Cloud in Every Silver Lining: The New Obstacle to a Green-Tech Revolution

  • The greater Silicon Valley region has a high concentration of EPA-designated National Priority List toxic-waste sites.

    Hazardous Past

  • Silicon Valley is home to one of the nation's heaviest concentrations of toxic-waste sites.

    Toxic-Waste Sites Haunt Silicon Valley

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