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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


It goes into the washers next, and is washed as clean as can be.

Iron nuts, bolts, and washers are used to complete the joint.

The holes in the washers will be a little smaller than the 5⁄16 bolt.

Washers should be placed on the screws on both sides of the wheels.

The handle is attached to the blade with rivets and washers, as shown on the drawing.

Washers can be placed between the plank and the uprights if necessary.

The sediment from the washers and wash waters has some value in making fertilizers.

The best shape to be given to these washers is shown at Fig. 30.

No washers are used, and the nuts are screwed down tight into the plank.

Besides these there were the washers, who washed the sheep by elaborate machinery.