Asked in Menstruation
What is the purpose of Whisper or Stayfree sanitary napkins?
What was the purpose of the US Sanitary Commission?
Asked in Waste and Recycling, Deeds and Ownership
What is a sanitary sewer easement?
A sanitary sewer is an underground system that carries waste water and sewerage (bathroom, kitchen, laundry) away to a treatment plant. A sanitary sewer easement is a grant from a land owner to the city or town for the purpose of constructing a sanitary sewer system on privately owned land. Also granted is the right to maintain and repair the system and control all connections to it. The easement must be acquired prior to construction. Generally, if the homeowner refuses to grant the easement the city or town can take the easement right by eminent domain. Once acquired it runs with the land.
What did the US Sanitary Commission accomplish during the US Civil War?
Asked in Circumcision
Why does the the American Medical Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics think circumcision is unnecessary when it really is in many cases?
Asked in Home & Garden, Fast Food
What is the meaning of napkin folding?
Napkin folding actually is the art of folding table napkins for neatness and beauty uses. Its purpose is to add a creative package for the table setting but in the sense that it does not diminish its true purpose as a protection for our clothing. It can also be used as a face or lip wiper whenever the situation calls for it (such as excess food in your lip area or on the chin or the foods that had fallen from the fork).
How does a sanitary landfill differ from an open dump?
a sanitary landfill is backfilled with soil an open dump is, well open Answer: A sanitary landfill is an engineered system a dump is a random site that allows the collection of waste. In most caes the sanitary landfill does the following (and a dump doesn't): Is located in an area where groundwater and run off is not a problem Has permission of local municipalities and residents to exist Has fencing and protective systems that curtail illegal disposal Only allows a limited range of nontoxic waste Is engineered to prevent groundwater contamination with liners and leachate removal systems Is filled in a stage-wise programme which minimizes exposed waste Does not permit open burning Is government licensed and inspected Has a completion plan to convert the site to a useful purpose Is operated by a trained staff
Asked in Skin Care, Workplace Health and Safety
What was the purpose of the safety razor?
Asked in Job Retraining
What is the purpose of a grease trap and why should it be maintained?
What where the sanity conditions like in trenches in world war 1?
If you meant ''sanitary'' not ''sanity''. There were Sanitary Officers appointed whose jobs were to: 1. To exercise general supervision over the sanitary condition of all places occupied by the troops of the command to which they are attached. 2. To watch the health conditions of billets, camps, and bivouacs, and at once investigate the cause of any unusual prevalence of disease among the troops or the inhabitants. 3. Advise on the measures which should, in their opinion, be taken to protect the health of the troops, and report on the adequacy of the arrangements already made for that purpose. 4. Advise on the selection, from a sanitary point of view, of sites for camps and bivouacs, and on questions relating to the sanitary condition of towns, villages, or buildings about to be occupied. To this end they should accompany the Staff Officers charged with the selection of camps, billets, or bivouacs. 5. Advise regarding the purification and distribution of water for drinking purposes; also in respect of latrines and urinals, burial of the dead, and disposal of refuse and carcasses of animals, etc. 6. Impress on Commanders of units and on Medical Officers in charge of troops the imperative necessity of obtaining the highest possible standard in sanitation, both in camp and on the line of march, and bring to the notice of superior authority any neglect of sanitary measures possible under existing circumstances.
Asked in William Shakespeare, Plays
What does hero tell Margaret to do in much ado about nothing?
"Good Margaret, run thee to the parlour; There shalt thou find my cousin Beatrice Proposing with the prince and Claudio. Whisper her ear, and tell her I and Ursula Walk in the orchard, and our whole discourse Is all of her; say that thou overheard'st us, And bid her steal into the pleached bower . . . To listen our purpose. This is thine office."
What is the meaning of purpose if purpose has no meaning?
That is a trick question and purpose does have a meaning. If purpose has no meaning, then the meaning of purpose is the subjective experience of seeking a reason to defend the ego against assault. this is very complicated ______ Hey, I may add this to the guy up there. What's the purpose of breathing? To live. What's the purpose of playing? To have fun. What's the purpose of living? To make a difference. What's the purpose of purpose? To have a reason. To have an opinion. ~Chelseam2 ------------------------------------------------------------------ There is no purpose that has no meaning.