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wash

 [wosh]
a solution used for cleansing or bathing a part, as an eye or the mouth. See also irrigation and lavage.

wash

(wahsh),
A solution used to clean or bathe a part. For types of washes, see the specific term, for example, eyewash, mouthwash.
An acronym for Warfarin-Aspirin Study of Heart Failure

wash

(wawsh)
A solution used to clean or bathe a part.
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The cake that was washed was poured by distilled water and was carried out the modification of it pH by sulphuric acid.
The first body Al-Sharjabi washed was that of a grenade victim.
In a study of restaurant food workers (Green et al., 2006), food handlers washed their hands only 32% of the time when their behaviors made such hand washing required.
Hands should be washed properly otherwise the washing doesn't fulfil the purpose.
At the end of the storage time, unwashed control leaves and leaves washed with water that had been reused many times had higher bacterial populations than leaves washed with clean water.
Or maybe he knew instinctively that there would be no dreams of power once Jesus washed his feet, once he understood that leadership in God's reign is service.
They then soaked the fabric with the polymer enzyme complex and, after it had partially degraded the cuticle and smoothed it out washed away the complex.
Beyond the symbolism and instruction, and the fact that actually having our feet washed can make us uncomfortable (as any pastor who has tried to newly institute a foot-washing ceremony knows), the scene is itself great.
Though 90% of Americans surveyed said they always washed their hands after using the bathroom, a 2003 observational study by the American Society for Microbiology found as many as 33% of public restroom users did not wash their hands.
His girlfriend Cerys Williams, 25, who works for Brain's Brewery, finds her clothes washed and pressed for her on a weekly basis.