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  • 1 keep in safety — index cover (guard) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 keep up — verb 1. maintain a required pace or level (Freq. 6) He could not keep up and dropped out of the race • Hyponyms: ↑keep step, ↑keep pace • Entailment: ↑compete, ↑vie, ↑contend …

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  • 3 Safety engineering — is an applied science strongly related to systems engineering and the subset System Safety Engineering. Safety engineering assures that a life critical system behaves as needed even when pieces fail.In the real world the term safety engineering… …

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  • 4 Safety stock — is a term used to describe a level of stock that is maintained below the cycle stock to buffer against stock outs.Safety Stock or Buffer Stock, exists to counter uncertainties in supply and demand. [Inverntory Management Review. Charles Atkins on …

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  • 5 Safety wire — Safety wiring of two pairs of drilled head bolts Safety wire or lockwire is common in the aircraft and racing industries as an extra precaution to keep vital fasteners from unintentionally loosening and parts from falling off due to vibration or… …

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  • 6 safety — safe‧ty [ˈseɪfti] noun [uncountable] 1. the state of being safe from danger or harm: • The company seemed totally unconcerned about the safety of its workers. 2. the state of not being dangerous or likely to cause harm or injury: • Some… …

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  • 7 Safety (firearms) — This article is about the mechanical safety devices built into most firearms. For the main article about firearm safety education, see Gun safety. Close up shot of a safety of an M16A2 rifle. In firearms, a safety or safety catch is a mechanism… …

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  • 8 Safety Camera Partnership — See also: Traffic enforcement camera A Safety Camera Partnership (also Casualty Reduction Partnership, Safer Roads Partnership) is a local multi agency partnership between Local Government, police authorities, HMCS, Highways Agency and the… …

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  • 9 Safety in NASCAR — Michael McDowell s Car of Tomorrow after a qualifying accident at Texas Motor Speedway in 2008. Safety in NASCAR has evolved into one of the biggest concerns in the sport of NASCAR. Mainly after the death of Dale Earnhardt, a seven time Winston… …

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  • 10 Safety — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Safety >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 safety safety security surety impregnability Sgm: N 1 invulnerability invulnerability invulnerableness &c.???adj. Sgm: N 1 danger past danger past danger over Sgm …

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  • 11 Safety on the London Underground — This article is primarily concerned with accidents on the London Underground network, which carries around a billion passengers a year. Statistically, there is just one fatal accident for every 300 million journeys.[1][2] There are several safety …

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  • 12 Safety (American and Canadian football score) — This article is about a form of scoring in football. For the defensive position, see Safety (American football position). A safety or safety touch is a type of score in American football and Canadian football and is worth two points (with one… …

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  • 13 Safety (football score) — A safety or safety touch is a type of score in American football and Canadian football and is worth two points (with one very rare exception). In American football, it is the only means by which a team not in possession of the football can score… …

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  • 14 safety — /sayf tee/, n., pl. safeties. 1. the state of being safe; freedom from the occurrence or risk of injury, danger, or loss. 2. the quality of averting or not causing injury, danger, or loss. 3. a contrivance or device to prevent injury or avert… …

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  • 15 Safety Second — Infobox Hollywood cartoon cartoon name = Safety Second series = Tom and Jerry caption = The title card of Safety Second director = William Hanna Joseph Barbera story artist = William Hanna Joseph Barbera animator = Ray Patterson Ed Barge Kenneth… …

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  • 16 Safety barrier — A safety barrier is a component which prevents access to a dangerous area. In an industrial system, it is a guard such as a fence or window, designed to keep the operator away from moving parts or other hazards. It is commonly used to mitigate… …

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  • 17 keep one's wits about one — stay calm when there is trouble or danger Although there was a fire in the building he was able to keep his wits about him and help everybody to safety …

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  • 18 safety pin — /ˈseɪfti pɪn/ (say sayftee pin) noun 1. a pin bent back on itself to form a spring, with a guard to cover the point. 2. a locking device on grenades, mines, etc., to keep them safe until required for use …

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  • 19 Gun safety — Articleissues|article=y OR=March 2008 refimprove=March 2008 (For discussions on politics concerning firearms and gun safety, see Gun politics. This page deals only with non political aspects of gun safety. For a part of a gun that is called a… …

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  • 20 Downhole safety valve — A downhole safety valve refers to a component on an oil and gas well, which acts as a failsafe to prevent the uncontrolled release of reservoir fluids in the event of a worst case scenario surface disaster. It is almost always installed as a… …

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