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Then followed the process of shampooing, which was very soothing to the orphan's feelings.
Roebelin had been subjected to merciless shampooing occasionally in Indian hammams; but he never felt the like of that welcome.
THE WOODLANDS ORCHIDSFREDERICK BOYLE
Daily shampooing with soap and water, and the twice daily application of a five per cent.
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON
Tripsis, trip′sis, n. pulverisation: the process of shampooing.
He scanned the Lottery list, anxiously rubbing his head as though he were apparently shampooing it.
Many women dread the shampooing because of their liability to take cold in the process.
SOCIAL LIFEMAUD C. COOKE
Shampooing also forms an important part of the Japanese system of cleanliness.
THE EMPIRE OF THE EASTH. B. MONTGOMERY
In his dressing-room he asked the man who was shampooing him, 'Who was that, Raymond, who bowed to me just now?'
THE IMMORTALALPHONSE DAUDET
When they are called in for shampooing, three oils are well boiled, and cooled.
I have not fallen so low as to let my daughter learn shampooing!

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