clean room suit

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clean room suit

A typically one-piece suit worn by production workers, technicians and engineers in semiconductor, nanotechnology and in some medical device industries, which prevents the shedding of hair and skin as a means of reducing contamination of sensitive products.
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The sellout crowd of 17,566 included Patriots owner Robert Kraft, someone in an Easter Bunny suit and, taking away fan-of-the-game honors, a guy dressed as Jesus.
While being watched by a stadium full of diehard A Christmas Story fans, Jones will attempt to throw a 99 mph fastball over home plate, wearing an exact reproduction of the Bunny Suit that Ralphie received from Aunt Clara.
Kerry said: "Our man in the bunny suit this week was Rich McLeod, from Holmfirth, who managed to kick his carrot baton.
Tim McInnerny was the man in the furry bunny suit as he tried to spook naive businessman Jedrington Secret-Past into signing over his entire business to him in the BBC 2 comedy.
When I put on my bunny suit in the morning, I got hyperactive.
This experience will offer us a lot in terms of working within the clear room, wearing the bunny suit [lab clothes] and dealing with important personalities," Saeed Al Qubaisi, 23, said.
SAFETY: Replacing bunny suit with more common attire results in a more successful operation.
Where else could you find Captain Vegemite rubbing shoulders with a man (I think it was a man) encased in a furry bunny suit and permitting his guffawing buddies to pour beer on his head?
The dramatic scenes will be shown in tomorrow night's show as Dubliner Mark dresses up in a pink bunny suit for the series' latest challenge.
So grab the bunny suit, paint your face, and head south for the weekend.
An hilariously sharp debut thriller by a well-established Hollywood TV writer featuring a stiff in a Bunny Suit.
They included a 16-year-old boy, a gay couple who wanted to take me out to a gay bar and a woman in a bunny suit, who looked at least 45, who said she liked my advert in the Echo.