disposal

  1. the power to use something or someone
  2. a method of tending to (especially business) matters
  3. the act or means of getting rid of something
  4. a kitchen appliance for disposing of garbage

Disposal

A disposal occurs in Australian rules football when a player either kicks (including from the ground) or handballs the football. A disposal is not counted if a player fumbles or illegally disposes the ball. A correct handball is when the football is punched with a clenched fist. When commentating or reporting on Australian rules football, it is co...
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Disposal

Final placement or destruction of toxic, radioactive, or other wastes; surplus or banned pesticides or other chemicals; polluted soils; and drums containing hazardous materials from removal actions or accidental releases. Disposal may be accomplished through use of approved secure landfills, surface impoundments, land farming, deep-well injection, ...
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Disposal

A general term applied to Radioactive Wastes which require disposal, for which there is no intention of recovery. In reality there may be circumstances where some capability for recovery is maintained (e.g. ILW wastes at UK nuclear power stations).
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disposal

[n] - the power to use something or someone 2. [n] - a kitchen appliance for disposing of garbage 3. [n] - the act or means of getting rid of something
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Disposal

The act of vacating your existing premises and transferring the responsibility to another party.
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Disposal

See Case disposal
Found on http://www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk/infoabout/glossary/legal.htm

Disposal

Dis¬∑pos'al noun [ From Dispose .] 1. The act of disposing, or disposing of, anything; arrangement; orderly distribution; a putting in order; as, the disposal of the troops in two lines. 2. Ordering; regulation; adjustment; management; government; direction. « The e...
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disposal

electric pig noun a kitchen appliance for disposing of garbage
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Disposal

• (n.) Power or authority to dispose of, determine the condition of, control, etc., especially in the phrase at, or in, the disposal of. • (n.) Ordering; regulation; adjustment; management; government; direction. • (n.) Regulation of the fate, condition, application, etc., of anything; the transference of anything into new hands, a n...
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disposal

disposal 1. The act or process of getting rid of something. 2. An electric device installed below a kitchen sink that grinds garbage so it can be flushed away. 3. The liberty or power to dispose of: 'We have funds at our disposal to spend as we wish. 4. Final placement or destruction of toxic, radioactive, or other wastes; surplus or banned pest...
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disposal

the act of getting rid of. This word is used to 'place in order' things we don't want, such as sewage, refuse, poisons. Ironically, all things we want to dispose of, are or have been at one stage, expensive resources. During production processes and the act of living, these expensive resources have somehow become too diluted or too scattered or the...
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Disposal

A general term applied to Radioactive Wastes which require disposal, for which there is no intention of recovery. In reality there may be circumstances where some capability for recovery is maintained (e.g. ILW wastes at UK nuclear power stations).
Found on http://www.ionactive.co.uk/glossary_atoz.html?s=az&t=d

Disposal

The cleanup process at the end of the working day, usually involving dropping the fire and blowing down the boiler.
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Disposal

The discharge, deposit, injection, dumping, spilling, leaking, or placing of any solid waste or haza
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