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bidet

A low, basin-like plumbing fixture on which the user sits; used to wash the posterior parts of the body.
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Bidet, who has 20 years of experience in Capital Markets and Financial Institutions, started her career at Moody's in Financial Institutions in 1998, where she was responsible for a portfolio of banks in Western and Eastern Europe and was a lead analyst for Consumer Finance Companies.
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The P-shaped family bathroom includes a shower, a wash basin, a bidet, tiled flooring and part-tiled walls.
Unlike most bidets, ours mounts the actual toilet and replaces your seat.
Attackers could also cause the unit to unexpectedly open/close the lid or activate bidet or air-dry functions, causing discomfort or distress to the user.
Kate Garraway My admittedly non-scientific survey has thrown up the fact that no one in history has EVER used a bidet for its intended purpose.
The self-flushing toilet has a bidet, a heated seat and can play any music you'd like while you go about your business.
This is followed by the load test: The wall-mounted bidet is attached to the wall and subjected to a load of 400 kg for one hour.
The product is believed to be the first fully automatic portable urine suction, bidet, and drying device.
On the first floor are three bedrooms including the master room with a fireplace and an ensuite containing a panelled bath, shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin, bidet, low level wc, built-in cabinet and tiled walls.
The museum also details how the bidet made its first appearance in 1701 in Versailles, France.
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