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“The rug was hopelessly sparkling with ground-in gold dust.”
“Our testing of those carpet cleaners revealed that professional service delivered the best cleaning performance — and you certainly can't beat the convenience — though some of the tested machines cleaned ground-in dirt nearly as well.”
“There are fewer barnacles clinging to the Maine coastline than there are people's ground-in gobs of gum on a mid-Manhattan street.”
“Our testing of those carpet cleaners revealed that professional service delivered the best cleaning performance—and you certainly can't beat the convenience—though some of the tested machines cleaned ground-in dirt nearly as well.”
“Carpet cleaners and stain removersSome of the larger carpet-cleaning machines we tested from Hoover and Bissell were not as effective as the Stanley Steemer professional carpet-cleaning service at removing ground-in dirt.”
“The $199 Garry Ultra Light vacuum is a "professional quality" vacuum that "loosens stubborn, even hidden ground-in dirt from your carpets" and other surfaces "the first time you pass over the dirt," touts the company's Web site.”
“Hodge had fixed the swelling bruise on her arm, and twenty minutes in the shower had gotten most of the ground-in asphalt out of her skin, but she still felt raw and aching.”
“I've gotten dried blood out of a turquoise shirt and ground-in dark chocolate out of a white shirt with the same product that works every time - dishwashing liquid.”
“The ones that were "basically dirt free" or had "light dirt" — "occasional 'ground-in' spots but generally clean" — were rated clean.”
“I don't know what you heard from Chris Matthews, so I can't evaluate it in context; but I stopped watching him years ago because of his ground-in misogyny.”
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