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Scrub

A slightly disrespectful term for a new or inexperienced employee.
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After every game, the janitors would have to scrub away the Converse skid marks up to the mid line.
Once voters abandon their dreams of a house-cleaning, reformers can scrub away bit by bit, combining "maturely diminished expectations" with "maturely persistent ministrations.
Orange Pumice Hand Cleaner - An industrial-strength hand cleaner that uses natural citrus solvents and fine pumice to scrub away heavy soils.
Use a loofah or a washcloth to gently scrub away your dead skin cells before starting your shave.
Stick it in the end of your recip saw and scrub away dirt, rust and unwanted paint.
Green vegetables like broccoli, lettuce and spinach contains iron which helps form an acid-resistant film or barrier that can help scrub away stubborn stains and protect the enamel on your teeth.
Work to scrub away remnants of the old ones began in 2007.
It felt a bit like she was using a scouring pad to scrub away at my face.
Once the placard decal is soft, it should scrub away easily.
Scrub away those dead cells and see in the new season with revitalised skin with a refreshing body scrub like these.
Already this year, the council has pledged to wash down certain city centre streets every night to scrub away grime, and target takeaways blamed for litter outside their premises.