quick sweep

quick sweep

Descriptive of any carpentry or joinery work having a small radius of curvature.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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If you have a burning suspicion that something isn't quite right, do a quick sweep. Social media is where millennials meet and date.
and this type of momentum just happened at the opportune time as LA Tenorio and the rest of Gin Kings scored a quick sweep of Meralco in the quarterfinals.
So whether you're dancing the night away or getting stuck in the mud you can rely on these handy towels to get rid of any vacation-related grub in one quick sweep.
And it wasn't that quick sweep you give a friend when you meet to say, 'You look nice/ ill/like you need a drink', 'Is that my skirt?', or even, 'Mate, what have you come as?
Towards the end of our meal, the hotel's chief exec did a quick sweep of the restaurant to check how everyone's food had been.
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"Poundstretcher is cheap and got everything under one roof." Duncan Hare did a quick sweep of his own to fill 7DAYS basket with seven eye-catching goodies...
The line includes Quick Sweep, which has seven ridges that sweep the floor, instead of a flat surface.
In the morning, skin then just needs a quick sweep with cleanser to freshen it.
Depending on the ceiling's condition, you may be able to get by with a quick sweep, while other occasions require replacement.
The rest of my routine is simple - a quick sweep of eyeliner and mascara, concealer under my eyes and a bit of lip gloss.