Given the toxicity of the Conservative “brand” in Scotland, that could prove fatal for unionism.
Journalists will still scribble down the things they say, but most Americans have by now tuned all that toxicity out.
If the economy continues to stumble, that toxicity will spread to credit cards and auto loans.
Propylene glycol, on the other hand, is used to reduce the toxicity of antifreeze.
This is a story about the toxicity of the right-wing echo chamber.
The toxicity when given subcutaneously is about 15 to 20 per cent greater than when given by mouth.
Intramuscularly the toxicity is 30 percent greater than subcutaneously.
The toxicity or antagonism of black walnut roots and those of certain other plants has been a controversial question.
This diet does not seem to be a factor, therefore, in the toxicity of caffein.
Frhner's26 experiments, on the other hand, made on domestic animals, failed to show great differences in the toxicity of caffein.
toxicity tox·ic·i·ty (tŏk-sĭs'ĭ-tē)
The quality or condition of being toxic.
The degree to which a substance is toxic.