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flushed

Said of a stone having damaged arrises as a result of improper handling.
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Later, engine is shut down and allowed to cool before the flushing agent is flushed out of the cooling system.
In the third flushed showed that treatment 3 (8x12) has the highest number of pileus with a mean of 9.
The mains and hydrants are flushed each year to clean the water mains and maintain water quality, as well as to ensure that the hydrants are working properly.
London, Dec 2 (ANI): A tiny four-week-old kitten nicknamed Flush is said to have survived after being flushed down a toilet by its callous owner.
Unlike single-pump systems, this system features two pumps that allow all channels to be flushed simultaneously in just 90 seconds.
James (nicely voiced by Hugh Jackman) flushed into a subterranean world teeming with rats, slugs and the villainous Toad (Ian McKellen) who wants the sewers all to himself.
You can also create a dam using two pieces of flexible plastic wedged into the tank on either side of the flush valve to hold back some water each time the toilet is flushed.
From that, Larsson calculates that just a single patch flushed every 3 days into the catchments of a Swedish sewage plant serving 3,500 people would release enough hormone to impair fish downstream.
Two popular techniques were to use "early close" flush-valve flappers that shut quickly, or to install a "toilet dam" that retained water in the tank and reduced the amount of water flushed.