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Two pails of water flanked this rack, in each of which had been thrust a slotted hickory "wiper" threaded with a square of cloth.

The Adventures of Bobby OrdeStewart Edward White

"He's a wiper," mused Neighbor, as Bartholomew walked springily away.

The Nerve of FoleyFrank H. Spearman

Last night a despised wiper; at daybreak, an engineer; and his nose in the air at the idea of taking on a wiper for fireman.

The Nerve of FoleyFrank H. Spearman

Nor did Soda Springs know how desperate the wiper's extremity had become.

Held for OrdersFrank H. Spearman

The wiper is cautioned to move the ladle constantly while dropping the solder.

Captain Smith said he knew him—the wiper—and that's what made me so green.

Night and Morning, CompleteEdward Bulwer-Lytton

As the wiper finished his work on the locomotive, engineer and fireman got into the cab.

He was somewhat set and old-fashioned in his ways, and he had grown up in the service from wiper.

The wiper is made of arts-crafts leather, doubled and filled with pieces of chamois.

All the while he was attending to his fire he had the wiper about his neck and held one corner of it in his mouth.

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