unpurified


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unpurified

(ʌnˈpjʊərɪˌfaɪd)
adj
1. not purified, not purged of impure matter
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) theol not purified or cleansed of sin
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Adj.1.unpurified - not made pure
impure - combined with extraneous elements
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3) Specialized spray for storing wood in the forest - 840, with the following parameters: - packing 500ml - possibility of application on wet and unpurified surface - to provide permanent marking of the wood - signal / neon color - orange - ergonomics of the cap; - harmless when used without protection; COMPULSORY CONDITION: The procedure is to conduct a test to determine the qualities of the product offered by the part Eligibility Criteria : Total estimated value of the order
After treating Cosme de Jesus with antibiotics, the doctor cautioned him not to use unpurified water.
Last week, a report by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) revealed that unpurified water was being used to make beverages, rats and cockroaches were found in the pantry and food was being left out in the open among a number of other things.
The report also stated that unpurified water straight from the tap was used in preparation of beverages, waste bins were not found covered, not emptied regularly and not washed, food stuff were not covered to protect them from flies, insects and dust, rats and cockroaches were found in trains etc.
Without such filtering structures, one risks what Hannah Arendt called the "chaos of unrepresented and unpurified opinions.
To the unpurified product, a mix of 4 [micro]l DEPC-treated water, 5 [micro]l of 2X Promega Master Mix, and 1 [micro]l of the appropriate dye-labeled primer (Table 2) at 5 [micro]M was added and mixed by pipetting.
William Penn and the Quakers feared drinking unpurified water, due to health concerns; they instead opted for the comfort of the taverns and drank beer.
Here, people drink unpurified water, live in congested places with no toilets.
It was used 20 [micro]L of amplicon unpurified corresponding to the S1 region.
The best choice for the sources of antigen today for developing vaccine is unpurified crude antigens from cement proteins of attachment cones taken from tick's mouth parts (Willadsen et al.
Drinking unpurified water or ice, or swallowing water while showering or brushing teeth are common ways of contracting TD.
The Court ultimately found the hospital and physician jointly liable, although this appears to primarily be based on the physician's failure to inform his patients of the dangers of undergoing dialysis with unpurified water and his failure to adequately monitor the aluminum content in his patients blood.