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contamination

A condition of impurity resulting from mixture with a foreign substance.

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A: The potential for cross contamination occurs when process equipment is used to produce more than one protein.
While traditional property/casualty perils such as fires or slip-and-fall cases are limited to individual restaurant locations, an incident of contamination in one restaurant can impact business for an entire chain, Harrison said.
Material causes include contamination, too much reclaim, or insufficient antioxidant.
At this rate it will take 60 years to cleanup the country's nuclear contamination, assuming no more is produced.
This typically includes treating all the potential sources of incoming contamination, such as fresh water, additives, and fiber; using a stock biocide treatment program that keeps the stock, especially the broke and recycled Furnishes, in check; plus, if necessary, an oxidizing treatment for the white water.
Virtually all of the seed corn in this country has at least a trace of GMO contamination and often more.
The Laser, Media Contamination And Data transfer Rate
There had been an assumption that much of the carcass contamination was coming from the hide," he notes.
Because the same taxpayer contaminated the property and incurred the costs concerning the contamination, the interim break in ownership should not, in and of itself, operate to disallow a deduction under the general principles of Sec.
is checked for microbiologic contamination before it's released.
NYSE: WX) to conduct a full- scale cleanup of soil and groundwater contamination at the site.
The TAM addresses the tax treatment of costs incurred to abate asbestos contamination.

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