Recent Examples of unsanitary from the Web
The alcohol seized from Kukulkan, the bar at Iberostar Paraiso Maya, was expired and unlabeled and kept in unsanitary conditions, according to the Sentinel.
In the case of Kukulkan, the lobby bar at Iberostar Paraíso Maya, inspectors found unsanitary conditions including water leakage, lack of disinfectant and expired and unlabeled alcohol.
New York’s investigation found no evidence the infestation was caused by unsanitary conditions in the eight-resident group home, known as Individual Residential Alternative-3, or IRA-3.
Sargeant's hopes of earning a first-team spot may have been dented by this somewhat unsanitary debacle, despite making 15 League Two appearances last season.
What saved them was getting away from the unsanitary conditions of the high-density metropolis, where the true culprit, the invasive Aedes aegypti mosquito, thrived in stagnant water and feasted on nearby human blood meals.
According to reports, an increasing number of people started stealing dogs to sell to meat vendors for additional income, with up to 100,000 dogs slaughtered for consumption every year in Bali using inhumane and unsanitary methods.
UNICEF has been paying for trucks to deliver water to out-of-the-way villages, which spares residents from having to drink unsanitary surface water.
On a brighter note: Infections from unsanitary tools or facilities are rare these days, because tattoo parlors practice universal precautions.
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