improperly prepared

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  • One significant danger is from flying debris which, when improperly prepared for, can kill onlookers.
  • This is an important step because it prevents production delays caused by missing materials or improperly prepared materials.
  • Onset is from one to three hours after consumption of improperly prepared beans, and symptoms typically resolve within a few hours.
  • Transmission may occur due to consumption of improperly prepared foods or contaminated water or via close contact with individuals who are infectious.
  • The food more prone, perhaps, than any other to bring about an attack is wheat improperly prepared -- that is, uncooked or unground. Cited from Diseases of the Horse's Foot, by Harry Caulton Reeks
  • Illegal daru may be smoother, or it can be poisonous if improperly prepared.
  • Transmission can be from consumption of improperly prepared foods or contaminated water, or by close contact with infectious individuals.
  • Certain enema preparations have been associated with heart attacks and electrolyte imbalances, and improperly prepared or used equipment can cause infection or damage to the bowel.
  • Massee was the actor who fired the shot that accidentally killed Lee on the set in 1993, due to an improperly prepared prop gun.
  • Ramsay demands that all orders for one course for a table go out together, and will send back entire orders if one item is improperly prepared, such as being over- or undercooked or not seasoned correctly.
  • The line was improperly prepared for the Axis invasion that took place in April 1941, as its construction was expected to conclude in 1947.
  • As a toxin, it can cause poisoning in monogastric animals, such as humans, through the consumption of raw or improperly-prepared kidney beans.
  • Accidents have occurred when dope is not used correctly, for example when mixed with other chemicals, used on the wrong fabrics, or applied to contaminated or improperly prepared surfaces.
  • Drugs were manufactured under the inspection of the government and there was a heavy penalty for substitution, or for the sale of old inert drugs, or improperly prepared pharmaceutical materials. Cited from Old-Time Makers of Medicine, by James J. Walsh
  • Tannic acid has a decidedly bad effect on the digestion in the stomach, so that if improperly prepared tea or coffee is indulged in habitually, it may cause stomach disorders. Cited from Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 5
  • Improperly prepared tissue samples may give false positives In research, this reaction is used to stain cells that were prepared with hydrogen peroxidase enzyme, following common immunocytochemistry protocols.
  • The primary cause of an excessive amount of dottle is a tightly packed or otherwise improperly packed pipe, where the tobacco has been improperly prepared or is compressed and will not burn properly.
  • It manifests as a pink discolouration or plaque in or on larvae, pupae, or the usually starch and sugar-based food (especially when improperly prepared).
  • In their mature state they are, with the exception of beans, seldom found upon the ordinary bill of fare, and beans are too generally served in a form quite difficult of digestion, being combined with large quantities of fat, or otherwise improperly prepared. Cited from Science in the Kitchen, by Mrs. E. E. Kellogg
  • Some claim the traditional, hand mixed medium causes paint to become yellow and brittle, while others claim that improperly prepared paint is the cause and that the longevity of Megilp (especially in its premixed glazing form) is excellent.
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