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- n. A waterproof curtain which hangs by the shower, to prevent water splashing from the shower.
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- n. a curtain that keeps water from splashing out of the shower area
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I peeked out from behind the shower curtain and spotted Sades assessing her flawless forehead in my mom’s ultramagnifying facial mirror.
But the bathroom was deserted too, the pink polka-dotted shower curtain pushed to one side.
CHEJ’s tests found 108 different volatile compounds released from the shower curtain into the air over twenty-eight days.
It's his rendition of events that is deemed official, the historical record of some of the most celebrated trials of recent times—among them Mafia don John Gotti's 1990 trial, and also that of Tyco chairman Dennis Kozlowski in 2005, he of the $6,000 shower curtain and $15,000 umbrella stand.
Wrap star garland found in card shops for wrapping presents around the toilet paper holder, shower curtain rod, and your child’s Potty Progress Chart.
In the bath, holding her breath, she raised the damn hammer and, with images of the shower scene from Psycho ï¬ashing through her brain, scraped the shower curtain back in one quick motion.