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  • adj. Not infested


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  • Mice with the most lice had calmer immune systems than uninfested mice, adding to evidence that hyper-clean living contributes to asthma and allergies.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • And maybe, just maybe, we will find our own minor Christmas miracle: a small apartment that's reasonably priced, relatively clean, and blessedly uninfested.

    Nicholas Brown: The Bedbug Chronicles: Part 7

  • Once established, efforts to restrict spread to uninfested areas can limit further damage.

    Invasion fact sheet

  • To the owner of the Los Angeles Times, Harrison Gray Otis, respectability included making sure that the city was uninfested by union labor.

    Dynamite and Deadlines

  • • Take steps to prevent the introduction of zebra mussels into uninfested waters.

    Sailing Fundamentals

  • - Only accept delivery of sufficiently dry, uninfested and well cleaned produce!

    5. Central storage

  • Pests can be prevented by packing the still uninfested stored produce well.

    10. Integrated pest management

  • The protective effect is generally satisfactory in particular if the grain is still uninfested at the time of treatment.

    4. Farm and village level storage

  • The farmers consider the worse plasticity of the cassava paste made from this to be a considerable disadvantage of this insect infestation in comparison to that made out of uninfested chips (COMPTON, 1991).

    5 Cassava

  • The country itself is the great redeeming feature of the province, and a very large portion of it is uninfested by Scotchmen.

    Acadia or, A Month with the Blue Noses


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