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flushed

Said of a stone having damaged arrises as a result of improper handling.
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The toilets were installed in a test apparatus that allowed flushed water to be captured for volume measurement.
Later, engine is shut down and allowed to cool before the flushing agent is flushed out of the cooling system.
According to the recommendations of US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), dental water lines should be flushed in order to remove microbes from water used in dental water units.1 However, CDC now recommends use of other methods as well in addition to flushing in order to improve the quality of water used in dental units.
if the lumen could not be flushed, the patient was repositioned and flush reattempted.
Both the Whitinsville and Northbridge systems will be flushed.
Then you will need to stop her as soon as the planted bird is flushed.
During testing, the team flushed objects with a range of consistencies, including napkins, sponges, miso paste, polyballs, saw dust and corn.
The compressed air forces the water into the bowl when the toilet is flushed. The pressure-assist unit uses this force to push waste out, creating a vigorous flushing action that whisks away waste and deans the bowl with only one gallon of water per flush.
But if you have an old style toilet with a large cistern then fitting a Save-aflush bag in the cistern could save one litre every time it is flushed, reducing your water bills and helping the environment.
Unlike single-pump systems, this system features two pumps that allow all channels to be flushed simultaneously in just 90 seconds.