eraser


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eraser

an object, such as a piece of rubber or felt, used for erasing something written, typed, etc.
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The eraser, however, will only work on apps that have eraser support.
The Eraser debuted at number three on the UK Albums Chart and number two on the American Billboard 200.
Jesus, VP, Packaging Development & Support Services, PaperWorks, P&G had been using a thermoformed tub in a 9- and 11-ct size for three varieties of Magic Eraser, each product designed for a different task.
Clean Magic Eraser has become my latest partner as the featherweight cleaning champ in my home," says Murgatroyd.
The boy was taken to private clinic for surgery to remove the eraser from his ear on Saturday.
Understand this: the philosopher who discovered the eraser also
Materials (per group): newspaper * safety goggles * 20 x 30 centimeter rectangle of cardboard * stack of textbooks * tape * rubber eraser * ruler * two plastic cups * measuring cup * warm water * tablespoon * borax * plastic spoon * school glue * zip-top sandwich bag * green food coloring
CHARCOAL IS A WONDERFUL TOOL for going big and bold in an artwork, so we also discuss the freedom of not worrying about the fine details in the beginning, these will come in later with the use of gummy erasers, eraser pencils, white charcoal and blending stumps.
Tender Corp.'s After Bite, billed as "the original itch eraser," was the market leader in insect first aid products at mass outlets in the 12-week period, according to IRI, with sales of $3 million, representing 37% of the subcategory's total.
Examples include Bissell's Pet Hair Eraser, the Quantum Vac from Intelliclean Solutions and Dyson's line of vacuums designed with Cinetic filtration technology.
The Itch Eraser has introduced three skin-healing products.