AEGLAcute Exposure Guideline Level
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(155) Where "such benefits [are] reaped", the Suncor court stated, it would be "improper to allow the form of a transaction to control questions of liability in tort." (156) The court therefore denied AEGL's application, finding that "the corporate liability of successor corporations ...
(29) Other than in the First Cleopatra Glossary, the term is rendered twice with native words: crusene odde deorfellen roc 'fur garment or over-garment made of hides' (AEGl 315.
Consequently, EPA formed a Federal Advisory Committee with the objective of developing scientifically valid guidelines called AEGLs (acute exposure guideline levels) to help national and local authorities as well as private companies deal with emergency planning, prevention, and response programs involving chemical releases.