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“We know that the virus is very sensitive to soaps and surfactants,” Turner says.

Soap operas are only called soap operas because Procter & Gamble—the US personal care behemoth that makes, among many other products, bars of soap—produced a number of popular series in the 1950s and 1960s.

How to save TV ads from extinctionAdam EpsteinSeptember 13, 2020Quartz

At camp, all you need to set up an effective handwashing station is clean running water and soap.

Using Virtue Foundation maps to figure out where they were most needed, they stationed the buckets around 62 Sissala East communities, along with locally made soap.

Tackling covidTate Ryan-MosleyAugust 19, 2020MIT Technology Review

A soap for this purpose should be easily soluble in water and contain no free alkali, rosin or filler.

Soap-Making ManualE. G. Thomssen

The roots are used as fuel; and their ashes make excellent ley for the manufacture of soap.

At that he started up, all streaky with soap and blood as he was, and must rush away on some errand.

Dodo dropped the soap which she had just rescued from the bottom of the cloudy water, and looked up with bright eyes.

Dodo's DaughterE. F. Benson

Thirty feet from the door he slowed up, put on a nonchalant air, and strolling in, looked about for Castile soap.

The FinancierTheodore Dreiser

The towel may hang over the extending end of the cleat, and you can make a small bark dish for the soap.

On the TrailLina Beard and Adelia Belle Beard


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