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wipe

(wīp)
1. To rub with a fabric, e.g., for cleansing, sampling, or sterilizing a surface.
2. A piece of cloth or paper impregnated with an antiseptic or disinfectant.
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The dispensing bucket for the Brawny Industrial Surface System also contributes to a more hygienic cleaning procedure because it helps minimize cross-contamination of the cleaning solution and unused wipers.
Wiper had asked the city to remove 15 acres from the area governed by the permit, which could have allowed residential development to proceed there.
It may be interesting to note that wiper inserts in turning are not yet utilized in as many finish turning applications as they could possibly be.
And the composite link--basically a "load fuse" that allows the wiper to buckle under compressive load--prevents the system from damaging itself if it is left on, or triggered when obstructions are in the way.
Stanley Leisure chairman Leonard Steinberg said: "We are delighted that Bob Wiper has agreed to join us.
In theory it's better to replace the windshield wiper once a year, providing the automotive windshield wiper market with huge growth potential.
He is a Member of Parliament by right and a member of Wiper.
Mr Mwendwa, is battling for the Wiper ticket with Mr Nyenze's widow, Edith Vethi Nyenze, who is being backed by Kauwi MCA Jane Mutua.
When a first report reached Hiroshima of front wiper failure in a Mazda3 model in the US, the affected vehicle had a film of oxide around the wiper motor's ground wire contact point, causing a loss of contact.
Kimberly-Clark Professional has introduced its highest-performing wiper to date.
These innovative, durable wiper solutions for shop areas are engineered to replace rags and rental shop towels.