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5. inflexible, unbending, inelastic, unyielding; inured, accustomed, unchangeable, casehardened, conditioned, set. induration, n. 1. hardening, petrification, ossification, fossilization; sclerosis, cornification, vitrification.
2. hardness, stiffness, rigidity, resistance, intractability; toughness, firmness, grittiness, callousness.
3. obduracy, obstinacy, stubbornness, recusancy; remorselessness, coldness, frigidity, unfeelingness, impenitence, uncontrition, unrepentance; inflexibility, unbendingness, unyieldingness, inelasticity. industrialist,
n. producer, manufacturer, constructor, builder; magnate, tycoon, baron, boss, capitalist, Inf. big wig, captain of industry, lord of industry. industrious, adj. hard-working, energetic, dynamic, eager-beaver, busy as a bee; busy, bustling, hustling, on the go, on the move; at work, in harness, hard at it, astir, active, up and doing, up and coming; vigorous, aggressive, go-ahead, forceful, intense; laborious, op-erose, diligent, assiduous, sedulous, studious, intent; plodding, unflagging, indefatigable, tireless, undroop-ing, unsleeping; persistent, pertinacious, constant, earnest, patient; workmanlike, businesslike, enterprising. industry, n. 1. manufacturing, production, construction, making, fabrication; establishment, trade, manufacture, commerce.
2. business, field, line, craft, mdtier; trade, art, handiwork, handicraft.
3. labor, work, toil, efforts; activity, undertaking, task, chore, duty, service; employment, job, occupation, vocation, pursuit, profession, position.
4. diligence, assiduity, sedulity, painstaking; application, attention, concentration, intentness; effort, devotion, devotedness, laboriousness, industriousness; workaholism, the Protestant ethic, Stakhanovism; energy, enterprise, dynamism, vim, vigor, bustle, hustle, beehive of activity; indefatigability, tirelessness, labor, earnestness, determination, perseverance, persistence. inebriate, v. 1. intoxicate, besot, make drunk,
Inf. light-up, Inf. put under the table; stupefy, addle, fuddle, befuddle, muddle; All Sl. plaster, pollute, souse, stew, crock, swack, pickle, stone, sozzle, booze-up, liq-uor-up, likker-up.
2. exhilarate, invigorate, stimulate, animate, inspirit; thrill, elate, galvanize, electrify, take one's breath away,
Inf. give one a kick or thrill or lift; overcome, overpower, overwhelm, send one's head spinning, make one's head spin or reel; enrapture, enchant, bewitch, entrance; charm, infatuate, captivate, fascinate. -n. 3. drunk, drunkard, sot, soak, tosspot, toper, bibber, bibbler, Obs., Rare, biberon, barfly; alcoholic, chronic alcoholic or drunk, dipsomaniac; drinker, hard drinker, problem drinker, serious drinker; All Inf. guzzler, swiller, soaker, sponge, lovepot; All Sl. boozer, boozehound, lush, souse, rummy, wino, alky, juicehead, juicer, hooch hound, gin hound, swillbelly, swillpot, stew, stewbum, elbow-bender, elbow-crooker.

-adj. 4. intoxicated, inebriated, inebrious, crapulent, crapulous, Archaic, intoxicate; drunk, drunken, sodden, besotted, sottish, awash, Literary, in one's cups. See inebriated. inebriated, adj. 1. intoxicated, inebriate, inebrious, crapulent, crapulous; drunk, drunken, sodden, besotted, sottish, awash. Literary, in one's cups; under the influence, under the weather, with a glow on, the worse for liquor; saturated, soused, full, Scot. fou; tipsy, grogged, Archaic, groggy, fuddled, befuddled, muddled, obfuscated, woozy, bleary-eyed, pie-eyed, glassy-eyed; far-gone, stupefied, staggering, staggering drunk, drunk as a lord, drunk as a piper or a fiddler, drunk as a skunk or owl; merry, happy, gay, jolly; maudlin.

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Microwavable plastic containers

Plastics melt, and most containVERY TOXICchemicals. These toxins are sealed into the plastic, but microwaving may release them. Guess where they go? Into your food! Never let plastic wrap touch your food. Use only microwave plastic wrap to cover dishes, or use a microwave plate cover or another inverted dish. Never reheat in Styrofoam, margarine tubs, whipped topping bowls or other plastic containers. If you use reheatable disposable microwave containers, discard them afterwards; dont reuse. When using microwavable plastic containers,NEVERuse with fatty, greasy or very sugary foods. Reheat briefly only, and dont overheat.

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