Flush-out

Flush-out

A period after work is finished and prior to occupation that allows the building’s materials to cure and release volatile compounds and other toxins. A building flush-out procedure is normally carried out, with specified time periods, ventilation rate, and other criteria.
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In an ironic twist to what's been said above, the analysts riding herd over the rating agencies have brought a much-needed sense of caution to the acquisition process by emphasizing how numbers and paperwork can flush-out hidden costs and pitfalls affecting pricing.
A plug in his stomach is still necessary so a tube can be fed through to his intestine for daily flush-outs of his system.