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Synonyms for soap

money offered as a bribe

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rub soap all over, usually with the purpose of cleaning


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Mannino's cheerful and intuitive design sensibilities are found in abundance here at Bubble Splat where ceramics and soapmaking make good clean fun.
Sudsie was sculpted out of a giant bar of Ivory soap and intended to honour the soapmaking and pork business history of Cincinnati.
Soapmaking pots were locked-up at night so that untaxed soap could not be produced after hours.
Activities will range from instruction in "country crafts," such as crocheting, soapmaking, candlemaking, weaving or woodcraft, to accommodating those for whom gluing two pieces of wood together would be an accomplishment.
Buklod conducts a varity of skills training and livelihood programs, to teach and provide work for sex workers who want to opt out of the business or who can no longer support themselves, but the organization's small soapmaking and dressmaking projects are hardly enough to meet the needs of most of the unemployed women.
Create Your Own Soapmaking Kit; Woodcrafters Kit Inc.
Soapmaking 101, hosted by Lynn Leach, will teach the art of making glycerine soaps.
Bronner's is synonymous with Old-World quality and time-honored simplicity, which can be traced back to the family's German-Jewish soapmaking tradition.
The Soap Different process removes the time-consuming washing stage from soapmaking using a new saponification process direct from oils, company executives said.
The soap can be tinted or perfumed, if desired, with additives available from the soapmaking section of craft stores.
They were met by Lord Leverhulme and a guard of honour, before being shown the "multifarious processes of the world's great soapmaking concern, and the famous model village.
Her book contains recipes on cheesemaking, fudgemaking, ice cream, making butter, puddings and pie fillings, yogurt, goat meat and soapmaking.
Now in a newly updated and expanded second edition, "The Everything Soapmaking Book" offers the non-specialist general reader with a complete and easy-to-follow guide for making and creating all manner of soaps ranging from simple bath soaps to lovely and aromatic gift soaps.