unharmful

unharmful

(ʌnˈhɑːmfʊl)
adj
not harmful
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Under slightly lean operation, the catalyst formulation is able to oxidize HC and CO, and under slight rich condition reduces NOx into unharmful products such as water ([H.
2) Number of incorrectly identified unharmful code as malicious code.
For a formal modeling of such unharmful nonpecuniary private benefits, see Pacces, Control Matters, supra note 16.
The president and CEO of Mervis Industries, Adam Mervis, said that apart from retrofitting tankers, the Hutchinson facility also could convert tankers for unharmful uses or recycle old tankers.
The primary objective to fill the polymer matrix with nanocrystalline cellulose is to develop eco-friendly green composites with the potential of degradation in the biocycle by the action of different microbes, leaving behind unharmful residue biomass with the emission of carbon dioxide and water.
Furthermore, all foreign countries, with the exception of the Philippines and Thailand, have lifted the ban on the importation as the six noodle brands proved to be totally unharmful to the human body," it said.
ACC PS is backed technologically by Dow's R&D department which is now looking for next-generation innovation in blowing agents unharmful to the ozone layer.
It was then posited that through the act of painting, both higher and lower nerve centers are provoked in an unharmful or positive manner, this partly through the integration of static and dynamic elements.
Not all books are necessarily good and not all of them are unharmful, some books are harmful," The Telegraph quoted Khamenei's statement on his official website, as saying.
coli is a species of bacteria that lives in human and animal stomach, which are mostly unharmful, but some of the species could produce poisons that result in