Washing

  • 181 washing soda — /ˈwɒʃɪŋ soʊdə/ (say woshing sohduh) noun crystalline sodium carbonate, or sal soda, used as a cleansing agent …

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  • 182 washing stuff — /ˈwɒʃɪŋ stʌf/ (say woshing stuf) noun Goldmining → wash dirt …

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  • 183 washing machine —   Mīkini holoi …

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  • 184 washing stick —   Hoahoa, hohoa (beating) …

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  • 185 washing rack — A rack upon which Motor vehicles are placed for cleaning with steam. 24 Am J1st Gas Sta § 23 …

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  • 186 WASHING LINE — …

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  • 187 WASHING-UP LIQUID — …

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  • 188 washing engine — noun : a device much like a beater in which rags are washed by a stream of water and also reduced to threads and fibers …

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  • 189 washing soda. — See sodium carbonate (def. 2). [1840 50] …

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  • 190 washing-bottle — washˈ bottˈle or washˈing bottˈle noun 1. A bottle containing liquid used for purifying gases 2. A bottle with tubes through the stopper, enabling a stream of cleansing liquid to be directed onto a chemical or a piece of apparatus • • • Main… …

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  • 191 Ritual washing in Judaism — Part of Judaic series of articles on Ritual purity in Judaism   …

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  • 192 Hand washing — is the act of cleansing the hands with water or another liquid, with or without the use of soap or other detergents, for the sanitary purpose of removing soil and/or microorganisms.The main purpose of washing hands is to cleanse the hands of… …

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  • 193 Hand washing with soap — is the act of cleansing the hands with soap for the sanitary purpose of removing soil and/or microorganisms.October 15 has been appointed to become Global Handwashing Day in accordance with year 2008 as the International Year of Sanitation by the …

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  • 194 Foot washing — or washing of feet is a religious rite observed as an ordinance by several Christian denominations. The name, and even the spelling, of this practice is not consistently established, being variously known as foot washing , washing the saints feet …

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  • 195 Crude oil washing — (COW) is washing out the residue from the tanks of an oil tanker using the crude oil cargo itself, after the cargo tanks have been emptied. Crude Oil is pumped back and preheated in the slop tanks, then sprayed back via high pressure nozzles in… …

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  • 196 Continuous motion pot washing — systems are (in the most basic form) three compartment sinks with an agitating wash compartment. Most commonly used in the food service industry, the term continuous motion pot washing describes washing systems that do not have a set wash cycle… …

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  • 197 Pot washing — is the process of cleaning low to heavily baked on items off of restaurant kitchen food equipment including but not limited to pots, pans, trays, tubs and more.Pot washing is often a heavy sector in restaurants and kitchens, ergonomically a… …

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  • 198 We're Going to Hang out the Washing on the Siegfried Line — is a popular song written by Irish songwriter Jimmy Kennedy, whilst he was a Captain in the British Expeditionary Force during the early stages of the Second World War. The Siegfried Line was a chain of fortifications along Germany s Western… …

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  • 199 Check washing — is the process of erasing details from checks to allow them to be rewritten, usually for criminal purposes such as fraudulent withdrawal from the victim s bank account. The technique could potentially be used to remove ink stains from books.… …

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  • 200 Stone washing — is a textiles manufacturing process typically utilized by the fashion industry, in order to give a newly assembled cloth garments a worn out appearance. Stone washing also helps to increase the softness and flexibility of otherwise stiff and… …

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