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bleach

noun Sodium hypochlorite (NaClO); e.g., Chlorox. A corrosive oxidising disinfectant and bleaching agent.
verb To whiten or remove colour or stains from.
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bleach, bleach·ing

(blēch, blēching)
Removal of color from an object using chemicals or light.
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Turner will use its vast digital rights and resources to ensure that Bleacher Report would continue its growth, Levy went on saying, adding that the acquisition allows Turner to provide integrated opportunities to advertisers on all screens and demos, ensuring increased ability to monetise sports programming all through the year.
Swyers, an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Lake Forest College, suggests that the longtime fans in the centerfield bleachers at Wrigley Field are not a random group, but a structured community.
As part of this new program, Bleacher Report has tapped an initial class of five Lead Writers who have an interesting take on the sports scene.
The skin bleacher is seen as having an artificial and not a natural skin.
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But just when things seemed to be going well for the resort, up pops a fly in the ointment under the name of Joe Bleacher.