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unsafely

(ʌnˈseɪflɪ)
adv
in an unsafe manner
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The highly hazardous refuse is either sold by healthcare facilities, unsafely dumped within the neighbourhoods or taken to the decades-old government incinerators lacking independent monitoring, medical experts told Dawn on Tuesday.
According to the federal government, a (https://www.ready.gov/hazardous-materials-incidents) hazmat incident is when a chemical is used unsafely or released in harmful amounts into an environment where people are at risk. 
Please share them as widely as possible so no entity records our families unsafely and leaks it.'
Officers from Stirling's Road Policing Unit say a number of vehicles were driven unsafely in close proximity to a large group of spectators, including children.
He drove at excessive speed, mounted pavements and verges, ran a red light, overtook unsafely and forced other motorists to swerve to avoid potential collision.
been a in the the care at home Quality " Medicines were also found to be managed unsafely, with eight people failing to receive their medicines in the way they were prescribed.The report added: "One staff member recorded people had received medicines when they had not been given.
But the race win went to the Mercedes man after stewards hit Vettel with a five-second punishment for rejoining the track unsafely and forcing Hamilton off the road.
Vettel crossed the line ahead of Lewis Hamilton in Montreal but it went to the Mercedes man after stewards hit the German with a five-second punishment for rejoining the track unsafely and forcing his foe off the road.
Investigatory Powers Commissioner Sir Adrian Fulford revealed the disturbing Spectre of the spy agency illegally holding material and storing it unsafely.
"However, images depicting celebrities sleeping their babies unsafely give mixed messages to parents and make this task much more difficult."
Keller rejected suggestions that everyone knows someone who has had, or will need, an abortion; that women will continue to have abortions, only unsafely; even that reproductive rights are about women rather than the men who impregnate them and the male doctors who abort those pregnancies.