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rinse

[rins]
(graphic arts)
To wash off; a liquid bath to remove foreign matter.
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Rinser, who wrote about 50 books, worked as a primary school teacher before the Second World War but she was banned from public employment in 1939 for refusing to join the Nazi party.
Rinser wonders, as did Peter Altenberg a century before her, what happens to unrequited love and unacknowledged longing.
The passage is from letters that Rinser wrote to Rahner over the 22 years of their relationship.
In her report about the leper island of Levoleba, Luise Rinser outlined the colonial history of Indonesia.
In addition to the rights under the lease, the purchaser will also receive title to all in-place equipment including the Commander 1400 Deck Rinser, Finesmaster 2000, portable conveyors, several trucks and other equipment.
The double-lipped clear glass bowl cut with narrow flutes is usually known as a wine glass rinser or cooler.
A mechanically controlled Innoclean FR-EM single-channel rinser cleans the bottles with sterile water to reliably rinse out any contamination such as particles of dust.
For both of them, beides became a code word: Rahner could stay celibate in the Jesuit order and also love a woman; Rinser could have loving relationships with him as well as M.
The monobloc handles plastic bottles by the neck and is composed of a rinser, doser, filler and capper.
Akrion"), a supplier of advanced surface preparation equipment, announced today that it has sold the Spin Rinser Dryer and Batch Megasonic product lines of the former Verteq, Inc.
In addition, the Megablender has a 100-pound insulated ice bin, refrigeration unit for six products, hot water dispenser and built-in jar rinser.