Cleaning

The process of removing foreign material or impurities from the crop product e.g. rice.

Cleaning

• (n.) The act of making clean. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Clean • (n.) The afterbirth of cows, ewes, etc.
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cleaning

(from the article `art conservation and restoration`) ...(usually meaning as dry as possible and as free of harmful pollutants as possible) and maintaining the sculpture`s stability through a series of ... Cleaning involves the use of shakers, rotary reel cleaners, air blasters, water sprayers (as shown in Figure 2), or immersion washer...
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cleaning

cleansing noun the act of making something clean; `he gave his shoes a good cleaning`
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cleaning

(noun) limpieza
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Cleaning

[forestry] Cleaning and weeding are two similar terms referring to the practice selecting particularly desirable trees in a young stand and removing or killing trees that threaten their survival or development. Used correctly, the term cleaning refers to the removal or killing of overtopping competitors that are significantly taller than th...
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Cleaning

Clean'ing noun 1. The act of making clean. 2. The afterbirth of cows, ewes, etc. Gardner.
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cleaning

Any procedure that removes corrosion, unattractive toning, etc. such as dipping or rubbing with abrasive materials.
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Cleaning

Cleaning coins should be done with the greatest care, so as to avoid damage. Simple dirt can be best removed by a soak in soapy water. Silver and copper can be cleaned with alcohol or spirit. Drying should be done gently and only with cotton wool. Valuable ancient coins, coins graded as 'brilliant uncirculated (BU)' or proof coins should be conserv...
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Cleaning

Dense natural regeneration and closely planted stands often benefit from cleaning shortly after the stand has been fully established. This involves cutting out a proportion of course grown young trees which are impeding the growth of others around them. In natural regeneration it may also involve the re-spacing of tightly growing trees in order to ...
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cleaning

For wine barrels, see wet preservation and dry preservation; for glasses, see below wine glasses,
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cleaning

In dentistry, a procedure whereby accretions are removed from the teeth or from a dental prosthesis. ... See: dental prophylaxis. ... Ultrasonic cleaning, in dentistry, the use of a high-frequency vibrating point to remove deposits from tooth structure; also the process of cleaning dentures by placing them in a special liquid in a container that ge...
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Cleaning

Locating, identifying, containing, removing and disposing of undesirable substances from the environment
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Cleaning

Locating, identifying, containing, removing and disposing of undesirable substances from the environment
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cleaning

Removing the natural protection as you climb
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Cleaning

See PROPHYLAXIS.
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cleaning

See PROPHYLAXIS.
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Cleaning

See prophylaxis.
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Cleaning

silver in everyday use need only be washed in soap and water before being thoroughly dried with a soft cloth (silver should never be left wet) and stored in baize or tissue. Salt corrodes silver so salt cellars should be fitted with glass liners or part gilded (gold does not react to salt). Various proprietary cleaners are available for cleaning ta...
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cleaning

taking the necessary steps (driving around, stopping in various locations) to avoid being followed.
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Cleaning

The process of correcting and/or removing a name and address from a mailing list because it is no longer correct or because the listing is to be shifted from one category to another.
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Cleaning

The removal of dirt or contaminants from windows
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Cleaning

The removal of marks, dust, and other extraneous materials from the surface of the stone.
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Cleaning

To remove aged and discolored varnish; to remove dirt, grime or accretions. NOTE: ALTHOUGH CONSIDERED BY MANY TO BE A BENIGN AND ROUTINE PROCEDURE, CLEANING RANKS AMONG THE MOST DANGEROUS OF PAINTING RESTORATION PROCESSES IN UNSKILLED HANDS (SEE `OVERCLEANING”). Cleaning Examples
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cleaning

Type: Term Pronunciation: klēn′ing Synonyms: dental prophylaxis
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