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  • n. Plural form of wipe.


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  • Sometimes when a truly hard rain wipes out the internet for an afternoon, I feel doubly blessed.

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  • Am I going to separate the wipes from the dipes when I launder?

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  • I asked Hubs to run to the car and get diapers and wipes from the bag I keep under the seat.

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  • How the vast sponge of time wipes from the calendar the names that for the moment seem to occupy the front of the stage.

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  • It was clear from the wealth of kerchiefs - "wipes" - and other things here that Bazie was a good teacher.

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  • I figured that I might have a wipe or two in a crumpled-up travel pack of no-name wipes in my bag.

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  • "We like the idea of wipes, but what's the message?" says Jim Kratowicz, president of PureCart, Green Bay, Wis.

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  • "One recall wipes out 10 years of outsourcing savings," said Crowe.

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  • We've got something we are launching in Australia around some household cleaning wipes, that is the way to expand our tissue brand into some new spaces. Home Page

  • They discovered that even though tissue advertising doesn't talk about how well a toilet paper wipes, that is what customers are thinking about.

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  • Part of the verb 'to wipe'.

    March 15, 2012