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  • verb Present participle of chlorinate.

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Examples

  • I buried my face in my hands for a second and contemplated chlorinating my gene pool before wedging myself between the furry idiots and shaking them by the napes of their necks until they phased back to human.

    The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf

  • I buried my face in my hands for a second and contemplated chlorinating my gene pool before wedging myself between the furry idiots and shaking them by the napes of their necks until they phased back to human.

    The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf

  • He added that almost all methods of killing the bacteria within wells also include chlorinating the entire well system of one's residence.

    Eco-Justice

  • The relatively inexperienced refugees are responsible for chlorinating their own water with pellets, a critical task with latrines still located downstream and upstream from the camp.

    Fleeing to Djibouti: The Life of Somali Refugees

  • The relatively inexperienced refugees are responsible for chlorinating their own water with pellets, a critical task with latrines still located downstream and upstream from the camp.

    Jim Selman: Fleeing to Djibouti: The Life of Somali Refugees

  • The culture of the oppressed, downtrodden people of the British Empire was crushed when ‘science’ introduced the idea of chlorinating water, hand washing, no spitting, and the germ theory of disease.

    Victoria Day, who cares?

  • I think these in water pools are probably more eco friendly than in ground pools, which require massive amounts of labor to dig out then plenty of cement to backfill in. all the in water pools seem to require is the pool walls, and then some eco friendly chlorinating agent which wouldnt splash into the natural environment.

    Floating pools from Mobideep

  • He added that almost all methods of killing the bacteria within wells also include chlorinating the entire well system of one's residence.

    Hurricane Katrina

  • Greenpeace also calls for a worldwide ban on chlorinating drinking water.

    On the verge of extinction » Japundit Blog

  • CERISE: Well, as I said, we are now you may have been using a temporary treatment system or something like that which is likely if you were showing in a hotel down there, and that's a different chlorinating system than we have in the permanent plants.

    CNN Transcript Oct 10, 2005

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