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launder

[′lȯn·dər]
(engineering)
An inclined channel or trough for the conveyance of a liquid, such as for water in mining and construction engineering or for molten metal.
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The event was made possible by sponsors Kirna Zabete, The Laundress, Celange, Cornell Alumni Affairs and Development, and the College of Human Ecology.
Miriam Ching Yoon Louie celebrates her warrior goddess Korean grandmother -- "laundress, migrant farmer," giver of life, and economic provider.
On September 30, an inquest was held at Whiston workhouse and three women all said they had nursed Alice while her mother worked as a laundress in Cressington.
The composer will stab his own song in the eye because the audience is hungry for a Red Mass because his pale laundress is not a muse but a bell tied to the publics toe.
Jewell delivers a stunningly crafted plot to maximum effect and crafts a story that is both incredibly by Anna Mazzola (Tinder Press PS14.99, ebook PS7.49) HHH HH THE Unseeing is based on the socalled Edgeware Road murder of 1837, when laundress Hannah Brown was killed, her body dismembered and her head, torso and limbs scattered all over London.
THE UNSEEING by Anna Mazzola (Tinder Press PS14.99, ebook PS7.49) HHH HH THE Unseeing is based on the so-called Edgeware Road murder of 1837, when laundress Hannah Brown was killed, her body dismembered and her head, torso and limbs scattered all over London.
Tinder Press PS14.99, ebook PS7.49) HHH HH THE Unseeing is based on the called Edgeware Road murder 1837, when laundress Hannah was killed, her body dismembered and her head, torso and limbs scattered over London.
THE UNSEEING by Anna Mazzola (Tinder Press PS14.99, ebook PS7.49) THE Unseeing is based on the so-called Edgeware Road murder of 1837, when laundress Hannah Brown was killed, her body dismembered and her head, torso and limbs scattered all over London.
Responsible for the care of her five motherless siblings, she is also the cook and laundress for her father's crew and old enough to understand what the use of kerosene over whale oil might mean to the family finances.
Also part of the movement is forward-thinking mother and laundress Maud Watts (Carey Mulligan) whose views clash with her husband Sonny's (Ben Whishaw).
It meant the children were able to meet a variety of characters from the 1600s, including houseowner John Batt, servants, a lady's maid, a musician, a laundress, a woodturner, a pewter caster and a musketeer.
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