Dust

A pesticide formulation in dry, finely-divided form (with particle size less than 30 µm) designed for application as a dry dressing without further preparation or dilution.

Dust

A commonly used term for fine hard rock quarried aggregates. After all single sizes have been screened off down to 6mm the remaining material-passing 6.3mm is dust. Some times this can be screened again to produce a fine dust and 3mm single size.

Dust

Dust consists of particles in the atmosphere that come from various sources such as soil, dust lifted by weather (an aeolian process), volcanic eruptions, and pollution. Dust in homes, offices, and other human environments contains small amounts of plant pollen, human and animal hairs, textile fibers, paper fibers, minerals from outdoor soil, huma...
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dust

the smallest grade of tea, this is typically associated with lower quality, but is prized for its quick extraction and is commonly used in teabags.
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dust

(dust) fine, dry particles of earth or any other substance small enough to be blown by the wind. See also coniosis and pneumoconiosis. blood dust hemoconia.
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dust

(from the article `occupational disease`) The inhalation of a variety of dusts is responsible for a number of lung and respiratory disorders, whose symptoms and severity depend on the ... Dust cannot cause infectious disease unless it contains the living agents of the infection. Yet the term inanimate is a convenient one to use when ......
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dust

[n] - free microscopic particles of solid material 2. [n] - fine powdery material such as dry earth or pollen that can be blown about in the air 3. [v] - cover with a light dusting of a substance 4. [v] - rub the dust over a surface so as to blur the outlines of a shape 5. [v] - remove the dust from, as of furniture
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Dust

• (n.) The earthy remains of bodies once alive; the remains of the human body. • (n.) A single particle of earth or other matter. • (v. t.) To sprinkle with dust. • (n.) Coined money; cash. • (n.) Figuratively, a low or mean condition. • (n.) Fine, dry particles of earth or other matter, so comminuted that they may be ...
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dust

noun fine powdery material such as dry earth or pollen that can be blown about in the air; `the furniture was covered with dust`
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Dust

[Eli Young Band song] ==Critical reception== The song received a favorable review from Taste of Country, which said that `it rocks like they’ve never rocked on radio before.` The reviewer described it as `fun, but not at the expense of poignancy` and `built to be a slow burn.` Matt Bjorke of Roughstock gave the song four and a half stars ...
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Dust

[His Dark Materials] In Philip Pullman`s His Dark Materials trilogy of novels, Dust is a mysterious cosmic particle that is integral to the plot. In Northern Lights, Lord Asriel reveals the origins of the term `Dust` to be from a passage from the slightly alternate version of the Bible in Lyra`s world: `In the sweat of thy face shalt thou e...
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Dust

Dust (dŭst) noun [ Anglo-Saxon dust ; confer LG. dust , Dutch duist meal dust, OD. doest , donst , and German dunst vapor, Old High German tunist , dunist , a blowing, wind, Icelandic dust dust, Danish dyst mill dust; per...
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Dust

Dust transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Dusted ; present participle & verbal noun Dusting .] 1. To free from dust; to brush, wipe, or sweep away dust from; as, to dust a table or a floor. 2. To sprinkle...
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dust

1. Fine, dry particles of earth or other matter, so comminuted that they may be raised and wafted by the wind; that which is crumbled too minute portions; fine powder; as, clouds of dust; bone dust. 'Dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.' (Gen. Iii. 19) 'Stop! for thy tread is on an empire's dust.' (Byron) ... 2. A single particle of eart...
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Dust

A solid, mechanically produced particle with a size ranging from submicroscopic to macroscopic. NIOSH Definition
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DUST

Did You See That?
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Dust

Dust is English slang for to run away very fast.
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dust

Dust particles can enter the body of a D-SLR camera when lenses are changed, settling on the CCD sensor and causing ‘spotting` on the image.
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Dust

Dust tiny, free pieces of fiber, filler, and/or coating on paper. During printing, dust may adhere to the blanket and create imperfections by not allowing ink to reach the paper surface.
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Dust

Light particles suspended in air
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Dust

Light particles suspended in air
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Dust

Loose fine particles on the surface. Dust Examples
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dust

particulate in suspension in a gas that would have a gravitational settling velocity in air greater than 0,25 m/s NOTE - Equivalent aerodynamic diameter of dust is generally included between 100 µm to 2 mm.
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Dust

Particulates which have a direct relation to a specific solar system body and which are usually found close to the surface of this body (e.g. Lunar, Martian or Cometary dust).
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Dust

Small particles of earth or other matter suspended in the air. It is reported as 'DU' in an observat
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