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  • noun Plural form of purifier.

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Examples

  • When he allowed himself to be bitter against various "young men with missions" who had sprung up in various States of the Union, so-called purifiers of politics, he would call them the unsuccessful with a grievance, and recommend to them the practice of charity, forbearance, and other

    Mr. Crewe's Career — Complete

  • When he allowed himself to be bitter against various "young men with missions" who had sprung up in various States of the Union, so-called purifiers of politics, he would call them the unsuccessful with a grievance, and recommend to them the practice of charity, forbearance, and other

    Mr. Crewe's Career — Volume 1

  • When he allowed himself to be bitter against various "young men with missions" who had sprung up in various States of the Union, so-called purifiers of politics, he would call them the unsuccessful with a grievance, and recommend to them the practice of charity, forbearance, and other

    Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Winston Churchill

  • For example, the Suarez Corp. is reopening a former Hoover plant in North Canton, Ohio to produce EdenPure space heaters, vacuums, air purifiers and other small appliances it previously made in China.

    Ian Fletcher: The Manufacturing Rebound Is a Myth

  • To them, solar technology presents an elegant and immediate solution to powering everything from light bulbs and heaters to water purifiers and pumps.

    India's rural poor give up on power grid, go solar

  • Interest in plants as air purifiers—what's called "phytoremediation"—comes amid mounting concerns about the quality of indoor air.

    A Superhero Scrubs the Air: The Mighty Houseplant

  • He was a pilot and he did fly a planeload of water purifiers and supplies to Haiti in 2005, following a flood that devastated the island.

    Robert A Decatur

  • For example, the Suarez Corp. is reopening a former Hoover plant in North Canton, Ohio to produce EdenPure space heaters, vacuums, air purifiers and other small appliances it previously made in China.

    Ian Fletcher: The Manufacturing Rebound Is a Myth

  • The measure of the man should be in his actions and his deeds, not his words, said his friend Joe Hurston, who provided the water purifiers.

    Robert A Decatur

  • To them, solar technology presents an elegant and immediate solution to powering everything from light bulbs and heaters to water purifiers and pumps.

    India's rural poor give up on power grid, go solar

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