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  1. ... Plume Software Training A chemical plume is like smoke from a fire. Some chemicals if released in the atmosphere have ...
  2. ... may include traditional first responders such as police, fire, and emergency medical personnel, as well as non- ... Sciences (NIEHS) Version 8.0 07/16/2015 accidental or premature destruction of these documents, the records ...
  3. ... of fire. Noise, dust. Smell, dust. Smoke. Fumes. Accidental smoke. Dust, danger of fire. Pollution of wa- ter. Danger of fire. Unpleasant ...
  4. NLM Digital Collections - Report of the Secretary's Task Force on Black & Minority Health. (Volume 2) 
    Publication: Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, [1985-1986]
    ... which demonstrates these points for unintentional injuries, motor vehicle accidents, accidental death from firearms, and deaths from house fires. More than 160,000 Americans died in 1980 ...
  5. NLM Digital Collections - The Chemical Warfare Service : chemicals in combat 
    Publication: Washington, D.C : Office of the Chief of Military History, United States Army : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O, 1966
    ... company suffered fifty- four casualties. Although German artillery fire hit three smoke com- pany vehicles, the unit lost no men to enemy action. ...
  6. NLM Digital Collections - Report of the Secretary's Task Force on Black & Minority Health. (Volume 6) 
    Publication: Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, [1985-1986]
    ... deaths for blacks. The three leading causes of accidental death for black postneonates are mechanical suffocation, fires, and homocides (71). Motor vehicle accidents are not as prominent in black postneonatal ...
  7. ... rouses, Sne/ters -for anima/s ana* Shelters for Vehicles. ^/i ~ZTf ��� ������ / r+ sL ^IxS oyer each rafTzr c]"Galvaniz.ed Iron smoke pipe, with hood and flashing all 2G U.S.S.guayo. "i-3 Supports Nail =+3 ------r gouge wire _ wrapped 4- times around flu* J ��- J fire clay round flue 2'- O'/onyi DETAIL- of ��� ...
  8. ... which thou hast ridden? Numbers. Through storms of smoke and adverse fire he rides, While ev'ry shot is levell'd at his sides. SmUh. Let your master ride on before, and do you gallop after him. Swift. 2. To travel in a vehicle; to be born, not to walk. Infected be ...
  9. ... not come from this man; and whether the smoke seen did not issue (rom a fire ... returned the vehicle to the stable at Penningtonville. The iron support- ...
  10. ... exemplified by balloons, the ascent of flame, and smoke, winds, &c. What ... gas is merely an accidental state, in which any body may exist, according ...
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