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rinse

[rins]
(graphic arts)
To wash off; a liquid bath to remove foreign matter.
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A typical tray with a rinser is priced at about $100 more than a standard tray.
Although being a fan of both codes, I first got hooked on the game in the early '80s with the Cardiff Blue Dragons, watching the likes of Rinser, David and Seldon who made great forwards, combined with the likes of Fenwick, northern-based Garritty, Camilleri, Woodsy and O'Brien - great backs.
And Kracht's text bounces off vigorously from the two Korea visit texts of his compatriot, the 'frumpish' writer and ex-Nazi prisoner, Luise Rinser.
A highlight included a marked 'Armstrong Ormond Quay' blue-tinted rinser from Dublin, made around 1800, that fetched 6,240 [pounds sterling] against an estimate of 2,000 [pounds sterling]-3,000 [pounds sterling], bought for a private collector with plans for public display (Fig.
It includes a wet grinder, float/sink separation tank for polyolefins, friction washer, rinser, second float/sink tank, mechanical dryer, deduster, metal detector, and bag filler for clean flake, all fully automated with PLC control.
Remaining walls are painted in gardenia matt emulsion and there is aneasy-to-use combined bath and shower rinser handset with contemporary chrome taps from Bristan Opus.
Each bathroom comes with electric shaver point, hand held bath rinser, half-tiled walls to sanitary areas and bath and a silent ventilation system, while the en-suites boast an enclosed, fully tiled, thermostatic shower.
German writer Luise Rinser has died at the age of 90.
Los textos literarios son de los autores Max Frisch, Michael Ende, Peter Bichsel, Martin Walser, Heinrich Boll y Luise Rinser.
Optional features include all stainless steel construction, integral ionized air rinser, non-contact coding capabilities, larger capacity hoppers, conveyor extensions and special wiring.
For the hot-fill line, running the Jones Juices during FP's visit, bottles start the line uncased by hand and move to a Simplimatic rinser and bottle warmer that prepares the bottles to 140 degrees F.
There is something reassuring about the appearance, every few years, of an autobiographical volume by Luise Rinser.