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  • n. Plural form of hair-dryer.


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  • Do we need to leave our flat-irons and hair-dryers behind?

    Catherine Connors: The Green(er) Mile

  • A bulk of hash had been discovered hidden in one of the old-fashioned hair-dryers.

    Deadly Intent

  • Both Iron Maiden and Alice Cooper managed to perform full festival sets, after heroic attempts by roadies to dry off equipment soaked with rain using hair-dryers.


  • And hair-dryers that are strictly used for blowing your hair.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • A village of bearded Bavarian craftsmen, with a keen sense of both precision and sarcasm, are assembling scores of yellow hair-dryers for the new shops as we speak.

    PRWeb - Daily News Feed

  • Kids 'TV hosts terrorism-stopped for pew-pewing with sparkly hair-dryers

    Boing Boing

  • So far, three grooming tables, clippers, hair-dryers and a set of different-sized cages for the dogs are in the agricultural building.

    news | LL |

  • Shoppers sitting in their living rooms and ordering items like hair-dryers or cameras online used 35 percent less energy, the study found, than people who shopped the old-fashioned way.

    Triple Pundit

  • Back in the 80s when the digital world was still in its infancy and science fiction writers were intellectually original, it seemed a pretty safe bet that if anything could kill us all it would be descendents of our microwaves and hair-dryers.


  • She had washed her hair at the motel, using the meagre courtesy sachet of shampoo, but the establishment hadn’t run to hair-dryers and now her curls were an uncontrollable tumble around her pale face, her bleached complexion accentuating the ginger freckles and the faint whisker burns glowing on her cheek as well as on the skin above the drooping neckline of the baggy hip-length T-shirt.

    Mistress for a Weekend


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