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  • n. Plural form of toiletry.

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Examples

  • Things such as clothing, medication, toiletries is something that should be on the list.

    Travel Season: Road trips are the way to see the land | Northern Belle

  • And a little tip: When going to a city like Paris (or Madrid or London for that matter), not taking any toiletries is the only way to go.

    Seattle Bon Vivant:

  • (Have good taste in toiletries and was recently in Chicago.

    In The Bag | Her Bad Mother

  • Personal care products such as makeup, creams, lotions and other toiletries are abundant in the bathrooms and bedrooms of every home.

    Personal Care Products

  • Bathrooms are equipped with his and hers vanity, whirlpool, slippers, bathrobes and of course little extras like brand-name toiletries, hairdryers, irons and iron boards.

    WN.com - Business News

  • Each box includes civilian items, such as toiletries and magazines, and a thank you message.

    Nonprofits Struggle To Find Postage To Send Soldiers Care Packages

  • Canteen money is raised by prisoner purchases of items such as toiletries and food, the proceeds of which go into a fund to benefit inmates.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Tesco said the user-base of the portal has a strong segment of female household budget owners with an average age of 36 - a demographic it said is particularly valuable for fast-moving consumer goods such as toiletries and cleaning products.

    Tesco supports m-retail... or does it?

  • Unilever says it holds a 40% share of Indonesia's market for consumer goods such as toiletries, cosmetics, shampoos and detergents.

    Unilever Unit Wins Award

  • Ad spending on items that are traditionally heavily advertised -- such as toiletries, food and beverages -- still showed healthy growth last year, while growth in drug-ad spending was damped by stricter regulations.

    Olympics Fuel Ad-Spending Surge in China

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