Our Trip to The Climate War's Ground Zero Darren AronofskySeptember 19, 2014 daily beast They are lake-sized pits used to store the toxic water that is a byproduct of the mining process.A favorable aspect from Mars bestows the faith to let go of toxic situations and to seek new and exciting adventures.C17: from medical Latin toxicus, from Latin toxicum poison, from Greek toxikon ( pharmakon ) (poison) used on arrows, from toxon arrow toxically adv toxic (tk sk) adj.

Toilet paper toxic

furans. Chlorinated toilet paper contains the highest amount of furans out of all cosmetic tissues Dioxin, a bleaching byproduct, is one of the most toxic human-made chemicals.

Short for toxikòn phármakon literally, bow poison,.e., poison used on arrows equivalent to tóx(on) bow -ikon, neuter of -ikos -ic Related forms toxically, adverbhypertoxic, adjectivenontoxic, adjectivenontoxically, adverb posttoxic, adjectiveuntoxic, adjectiveuntoxically, adverb Can be confusedtoxic toxin m Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary.Many of the toxic assets have been bundled and resold many times over with favourable credit ratings.The dumping of toxic waste alcohol is toxic to the ovaries.

These spritzings can contain chemicals that cause cancer, birth defects, and other deadly problems, and it's doubly bad to put these toxics on a yard where children and pets romp and roll around.British Dictionary definitions for toxic toxic adjective of, relating to, or caused by a toxin or poison; poisonous harmful or deadly (of a financial asset) likely to cause significant loss to the holder Derived Formstoxically, adverb Word Origin for toxic C17: from medical Latin toxicus.