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dry wash

[′drī ‚wäsh]
(geology)
A wash, arroyo, or coulee whose bed lacks water.
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Dry Wash is a spray that Perodin says is perfect for the modern-day woman on the go--"a quick and easy way to freshen up in between showers" that goes on clear when sprayed on skin or panties with a skin-friendly scent that lasts all day.
Royal Enfield, an India-based automaker, has launched a dry wash system across 20 service centres in Chennai.
"All our service initiatives like dry wash and paperless service experience are designed to enhance customer comfort and convenience without compromising on environment," said company's Executive Director for Service Partho Banerjee.
The Wash Wax All Degreaser is a heavier-duty version of the company's dry wash. We won't cover dry washes here, but it worked well when sprayed on dirty antennas and can be applied wet.
The Dry Wash Express spray's dry formula instantly leaves hair looking and feeling freshly washed with a clean scent.
I risked a quick look from my Toyota pickup, felt my heart jump as I sized up the buck's very high horns, and continued driving out of sight into a dry wash half a mile from the goats.
Near the sand hills of Nebraska a cottonwood, in the Texas panhandle a Rocky Mountain juniper, a Saguaro cactus in a dry wash in northwestern New Mexico, and a Siberian elm growing where no other trees are in sight in western Kansas."
These companies include; No Wet, Eco Touch, Eco Car Care, H2O Conserv, Dry Wash, and Freedom Waterless Car Wash to name a few.
Just after a dry wash, turn right on a dusty horse trail that climbs up a side canyon.
Basic techniques are described in detail: a flat wash, graded wash, dry wash, wet-in-wet wash.
The narrative starts with Officer Bernadette Manuelito discovering a dead body in a pickup truck blocking the path "up the bottom of the dry wash." What happened?