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1. tv. & in. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. She turned green, and I knew she was going to dump.
2. in. to defecate. (see also dump one’s load.) He dumped and then came back.
3. n. an act of defecation. (Usually objectionable.) He had a dump and then came back.
4. n. a low or cheap establishment; a joint. My mama didn’t raise me to spend the rest of my days in a run-down dump like this.
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Recent Legislative Development - Anti Dumping Duties Act, 2015 in the recent past the anti dumping ordinance has been repealed and replaced through Anti Dumping Act, 2015.
government, Cray has also worked to break into Japan's sanctuary market in order to make dumping more difficult.
In theory at least, dumping requires the presence of high import barriers in the exporting country in order to segment the foreign and domestic market.
Rumors of Soviet nuclear waste dumping have circulated for years, but the leadership of the former USSR had long denied any such activity.
We cannot allow the dumping of those who need care in Skid Row.
3463, the SUTA Dumping Prevention Act of 2004, which is designed to discourage SUTA dumping.
Waste dumping can also be lucrative and virtually risk-free--the ocean's sheer size means dumping there can be extremely difficult to detect, and illegal waste imports are widely thought to cross national borders easily, particularly in developing countries, where inspection systems are minimal.
Zeroing is a method of calculating dumping which consists of ignoring negative margins of dumping and therefore results in an unfair increase of the dumping liability of EU exporters, the Commission said.
of Commerce publishes an affirmative preliminary determination (usually within 160 days of the filing of the Antidumping Duty), importers are required to post a cash deposit or bond on all entries of the subject merchandise equal to the weighted average dumping margin.
Barry Lacombe, president of the Canadian Steel Producers Association, says the issue of steel dumping has been a "huge priority" for the industry, and the near demise of Canada's third-largest integrated mill should serve as a "wake-up call" for Ottawa.
A TOWN on the edge of a dumping ground for medical waste is living in fear of disease.
After the Commerce Department receives a complaint, it has to decide whether dumping has occurred.
Agriculture is one industry that is particularly susceptible to dumping, where foreign products are exported to Australia at a price below cost of production, Mr Laurie said.
THERE were two fitting postscripts to the Los Angeles City Council's decision last week to sign a five-year deal to continue dumping at Sunshine Canyon Landfill.