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Synonyms for sweeping

Synonyms for sweeping

Synonyms for sweeping

the act of cleaning with a broom

taking in or moving over (or as if over) a wide area

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ignoring distinctions

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Chimney sweeps need to be extremely careful when performing their inspection and sweeping activities, due to the risk of harm that can result from an improper inspection or service of a chimney system.
commissioner of public works and parks, said residential street sweeping will begin April 4, with crews starting on those streets in the Thursday trash collection route area.
The National Chimney Sweep Guild says that homeowners should expect to pay up to $300 for routine inspection and sweeping, depending on geographical, structural, and other factors.
Depending on the handle of the stone, sweeping on the left or right of the stone can then enhance or partially correct for the friction asymmetry and therefore enhance or reduce the curl of a stone.
If you have a gas fire chimney it still needs sweeping and to be looked at.
Two hundred seventy-four women were randomly assigned to receive membrane sweeping or no membrane sweeping at initiation of formal labor induction with either Cervadil[R] (dinoprostone pessary) or amniotomy (rupture of membranes).
Now everyone is avoiding subject after unpleasant subject, especially when it comes to gays, in a manic orgy of sweeping.
The unit consists of a snow plough, sweeping gear and blower unit.
If this relationship can be established, street sweeping would present itself as the most cost-effective, best management program.
c] at a given angle, determined by sweeping the angles in a given magnetic field, can be 17 % different from the [I.
The prevailing techniques in the discus range from the wide sweeping leg (Wilkins) or the tight right (Powell).
How does one hold a barely detectable speck, bombard it with electrons, photons, or X-rays, and observe how it moves without disturbing, destroying, or sweeping the sample away?
With its familiar, manual-shaped brush head designed to compliment people's natural, back-and-forth brushing motion, Deep Sweep TRIACTION has a unique combination of sweeping and stationary bristles, and a dynamic angled power tip that cleans effectively in hard-to-reach areas.
The City of Palm Bay is seeking quotes for street sweeping per lane mile of roadway.
4 : something that sweeps or works with a sweeping motion