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Scrub

A slightly disrespectful term for a new or inexperienced employee.
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at a time, keeping the wood wet until the finish is soft enough to be scrubbed off with a stiff brush (Photo 1).
The classes are the brainwave of Islington council, north London, whose workers scrubbed off 25,000 square metres of graffiti last year.
Pearled barley is polished more extensively--the outer bran layer is also scrubbed off.
I then washed them in bleach water to get rid of the mold, and scrubbed off the dry skin.
The coolant then had to be scrubbed off because it contaminated the surface, and the rigid foam used in the ankle blocks wouldn't adhere.
But while CO-2 sterilizes some surfaces, not all the "hot spots" on radioactive metal can be scrubbed off.
Darcy Wakaluk scrubbed off the rust Thursday night with a 27-save performance and the Dallas Stars remained afloat in the Western Conference playoff race.
The Harvard researchers, including Guo, harvested MHC-I molecules from human cells, scrubbed off the mix of peptides present, and paired the molecules with peptides from the influenza virus.
As soon as the words are scrubbed off, they appear again.
Beer stains on wood can be scrubbed off with lukewarm water and salt.