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  • n. Plural form of drier.


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  • This means that we are not going to retreat, but that in the year to come we must face not only the problem of driers, which is already pressing, but of mills for processing all that harvest.


  • He disinfects his dollies and will soon get commercial driers to kill any possible bugs on the moving blankets.

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  • Washers and driers should be built to last: a 25 year warranty.

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  • For homes that pay lower rates when there is spare supply, German manufacturer Miele is launching washing machines and driers that can be programmed to come on when demand is lower.


  • Extended-stay hotels differ from regular hotels in that their rooms typically are suites with kitchenettes, and they offer amenities for long-term stays such as washers and driers.

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  • We move them from bath to bath until they're clean and dry them with pet-grooming driers.

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  • Grown in Pakistan, they are peeled, stoned and sun-dried by the farmers using solar driers – so the income from processing remains in the country of origin.

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  • This place plays a cruel trick: when you walk into the BANOS, you see sinks and hand-driers.

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  • Pick-up trucks and TV sets, kitchen appliances and talking baby dolls, chainsaws, mattresses and blow driers -- anything that is more expensive to obtain in Mexico than here, will end up riding the river of people back home.

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  • Most of us accustomed to washers and driers expect our clothes to transform from dirty to clean in an hour and a half, at most.

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