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If you buy it hoping for a tasty garlic-flavoured dinner, it can leave you disappointed as half the buttery sauce disappears onto the baking tray and goes to waste.
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The Opinion columnist Farhad Manjoo wonders: Why do American cities waste so much space on cars?
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The Trump campaign wasted no time: A video highlighting the compliments was quickly circulated by surrogates on Twitter (just as Joe Biden posted that Trump has “spread racism against our Latino community ever since” he launched his 2016 run).
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It also has strong franchises in protective packaging for the e-commerce, electronics and industrial end markets, where it adds value by minimizing waste, protecting products from damage during shipping and increasing the efficiency of the packing process.
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There are some texts which, when opened, lay waste the minds of those who contemplate them and spread devastation all around.
· The new plastic bottle? How to dispose of face masks safely for the environment →
Of course these new rules are designed to protect us from the spread of the virus, but the surge in usage does have a downside; an increase in the amount of single-use plastic waste we are generating as a result.
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The article says this “anatomical dead space” accounts for about one third of the volume of an ordinary breath, and only air that gets beyond this space goes to air sacs in the lungs for gas exchange, which is when oxygen is sent to the bloodstream and carbon dioxide is removed as waste.
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The council said 33 tonnes of waste was cleaned up along the full stretch of the coastline on just one morning in June.
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We waste our time worrying about gaffes in part because campaigns mostly involve candidates talking; it’s not until they take office that they actually start doing things.
· New York's hungry rats torment al fresco diners after lockdown famine →
New York City has waged a long and often fruitless war against rats, with the rodents adapting adroitly to the city’s haphazard waste collection and disposal practices.