“neutralization will be conducted in a safe and environmentally sound manner,” Kirby said in a statement.
Mr. McCall has been introducing his neutralization resolution at every Congress for a number of Congresses past.
Arriving upon the scene, these cells assist in its neutralization.
The object to be gained was something more than a neutralization of the pro-Slav propaganda.
After neutralization it is not necessary to add more than 10 cc.
Even on the lesser rivers this phenomenon of neutralization of water competition occurs.
The points not yet quite settled are the territory round the places in the Indies, and neutralization of St Vincents.
The water thus obtained contains the glycerine, and after neutralization is concentrated.
It has been suggested that we get other nations to agree to the neutralization of the islands.
In finishing box calf the neutralization should be thorough, or the acid may cause trouble in dyeing and fat liquoring.
neutralization neu·tral·i·za·tion (nōō'trə-lĭ-zā'shən, nyōō'-)
A reaction between an acid and a base that yields a salt and water.
The rendering ineffective of an action or substance, such as a drug.
The change of an acid solution to neutral by titration of an alkaline solution.
The change of an alkaline solution to neutral by titration of an acid solution.