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rinse

[rins]
(graphic arts)
To wash off; a liquid bath to remove foreign matter.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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ADEPT Pure Water designed a customised system to recycle 10[m.sup.3]/h of rinse water around the factory.
Rinse the offal into a pot and parboil it for eight minutes.
As the World Cup nears its end, a carbohydrate rinse, manufactured by a New York company called Unit Nutrition, has become commercially available.
Add fresh or dried thyme to boiled water and drink it, or use it (lukewarm) to rinse your face and hair before you sleep, so its active ingredients work overnight.
* "Blot" it with mild dishwashing liquid or a mild detergent and rinse.
Prevention Oncology Rinse provides relief for chemotherapy patients, an underserved population.
So, how can DI water with an average surface tension of 70 dynes/cm penetrate under low-standoff components and effectively rinse out the flux-laden wash solution?
A purpose-built carbon infra-red oven has reportedly been instrumental in allowing Duerr's of Manchester to change from a hot water rinse system to a cold air rinse system at its Wythenshawe jam-making site.
This position paper, endorsed by CDHA, represents a comprehensive review of the research on non-commercially available oral rinse products currently in development.
Informal field monitoring studies have shown that the principal metric of "rinse flow rate" does not accurately characterize the overall water and energy use of conveyor dishwashers.
Oral rinses, also called mouthwashes, are most often used to reduce the microbial load in the oral cavity or to control or reduce bad breath, depending on the ingredients in the particular oral rinse [1].