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Synonyms for dust

grime

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particles

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remove dust from

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bite the dust

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to scatter or release in drops or small particles

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fine powdery material such as dry earth or pollen that can be blown about in the air

the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up

free microscopic particles of solid material

remove the dust from

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rub the dust over a surface so as to blur the outlines of a shape

cover with a light dusting of a substance

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Instead of simply collecting dust onto filters, the SCA captures contaminants and "pulses" them off into drawers below.
On arrival, she will spend time collecting dust from around the museum itself before transforming the room she has been allocated into a huge "dust bunny", as they call it in America.
Boasting an efficient filtration system with extended filter options such as NEPA, the vacuum provides a sanitary solution for collecting dust for re-use without the worries of cross-contamination.
Car boot sales are one of those traditional fundraising ideas and a great way to raise money, especially if your house is full of unwanted items just collecting dust!
Boasting an efficient filtration system with extended filter options such as HEPA, the Extract Vac provides a sanitary solution for collecting dust for re-use without the worries of cross-contamination.
"I had a bunch of old skis in the garage collecting dust." About five years ago, he decided to do something about it and collaborated with his grandfather, Ken Gray, to make a chair.
AQS is equipped with a sensor that automatically activates the air recirculation function if the concentrations of substances such as nitrogen oxide, carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons in the air entering the cabin are too high, while CZIP provides an interior with materials that avoid collecting dust, such as natural rubber mats.
His opening joke and laudatory remarks set a tone that reassured everyone that what else he had to say would be window dressing, repeating past statements of the church that have been collecting dust on library shelves for decades while the church in fact supports those who have implemented a nuclear war planning and threat policy for some 64 years now.
An estimated 1.5 billion pairs of unworn shoes are collecting dust in America's closets.
The tool's dust collection system does a better than average job of collecting dust. According to Craftsman, the sander removes 40 percent more dust than other sanders.
Several months ago, Andrew Holleran was in a library browsing books about AIDS, and he came upon his own book, 1989's Ground Zero, collecting dust. It's never easy for an author to know that his work is out of print, notes Holleran, especially when its subject is still relevant.
"And we're doing a good thing by filling space and revitalizing a structure that otherwise could very well be sitting empty and collecting dust."
Operatives can be seen collecting dust and debris from factory floors and machinery using the nearest hose.
A few months later, though, it was collecting dust in a desk drawer.
We'd like to add bicycles to your directory of "How to Recycle Practically Anything." There are a lot of bicycles collecting dust in garages and basements.
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