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The lawsuit seeks to prohibit wipes from being marketed as “flushable” or safe for sewer systems until the companies prove they disintegrate into pieces small enough to avoid clogs.
All drainpipes collect gunk, but in other places in your home, you don’t see it unless you need to open a trap or other fitting to undo a clog.
Crocs—the comfortable foam clogs of dubious aesthetic value—had started to accrue a subversive sort of cool among teens even before Covid-19 came around.
Every weight that could clog the story is thrown away, and it runs with the 33 swiftness of the thought.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
Hitherto I have only been a clog and an incumbrance to you; but I trust I shall soon behave better, and make myself useful.
MASTERMAN READYCAPTAIN FREDERICK MARRYAT
Therefore he passed for a very moderate Whig; for one who would not clog the wheels of government.
In fact, the damp depositing on the parts leads the electricity away, and the ink tends to clog in the siphon.
Many things and conditions clog communication from the under-mind to the consciousness.
SPIRIT AND MUSICH. ERNEST HUNT
At this moment one of the heath-croppers feeding in the outer shadows was audibly shaking off the clog attached to its foot.
When I came to the trap there was an ugly bear in it and he had the clog fast in some roots and among some fallen trees.
FIFTY YEARS A HUNTER AND TRAPPERELDRED NATHANIEL WOODCOCK

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