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Adding in a dose of pro-Alzheimer’s genes, for example, could block up traffic with gunk, leading scientists to figure out how those genes fit into the larger Alzheimer’s picture.
Make sure to remove all the caked-on gunk from the cassette and chainring teeth and derailleur pulley wheels, and clean the chain as thoroughly as you can.
The best pressure washer will sweep in to clean excess gunk without requiring any manual scrubbing or stooping down to ground level.
These tile and grout cleaning machines pack a load of automatic scrubbing ability into a device the size of a toothbrush but scrape away years of gunk in seconds.
This will prevent accumulations of gunk inside your humidifier and require less hands-on cleaning when the time comes.
The traverse is broken by an island, to which the Indians, with us, applied the name of Sha-wan-gunk.
"Hope that gunk they used to monkey up my complexion doesn't sweat out," he told himself.
THE BEST MADE PLANSEVERETT B. COLE
Gunk; a 'take in,' a 'sell'; as a verb, to 'take in,' to cheat.
"Gunk" and "chaw" are the Scots for a bitter and envious disappointment which shows itself in face and eyes.
I've been fighting this cowlick ever since I've been a kid—stocking caps, gunk, the works.
THE ROMANTIC ANALOGUEW.W. SKUPELDYCKLE

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