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large pan for washing dishes

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To state the obvious, a wooden washtub, a plastic dishpan, a swimming platform on pontoons, a large fishing net, a door taken off its hinges, or Pinocchio (when inside the whale) are not "vessels," even if they are "artificial contrivances[s]" capable of floating, moving under tow, and incidentally carrying even a fair-sized item or two when they do so.
Peavy, who asked her School Board to provide her with a large dishpan for heating water on the wood stove.
It is glycerin and water sold in a plastic bottle; it is traditionally stored under the sink, so the process of using the soap includes bending down, opening the cabinet, grabbing the bottle, squirting the soap into the sink or dishpan, and then putting the bottle back in the cabinet.
They make $4 a day and before they leave spend it at the co-op store, mostly for clothes--but we saw one man carrying a large dishpan on his shoulder.
Pat suggested having the students place their wrapped and tied fabric into a plastic dishpan or onto an aluminum plate before applying the dye with squeeze bottles.
Just above me on the table was a huge dishpan, filled with old soapy water and garbage.
As the ad said, who wants a woman with dishpan hands?
I can see her after supper, leaning over the dishpan in the kitchen sink, her mind blessedly free of psychoanalysis.
She plunked it in the dishwater in the dishpan and said to me, "You have enough sugar in your teacup to sweeten the dishwater.
The original French Quarter was built more than 200 years ago on high ground, but it sank, and now the city lies below sea level, like a bowl set in a big dishpan of water.
Last month, Newsday included a tip from her about reusing aluminum foil as a dishpan scrubber.
In "Fault of Memory" she writes, "The dishpan has a gray, still water.
Whether it is nobler to fry my egg in my nonstick pan and face an unknown risk of cancer or take up butter and oil and suffer the clogging of arteries and needless hours of dishpan hands.
This is not to say, of course, that women are to the dishpan born, or that furniture-polishing stimulates them as it cannot their wiser brothers.