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Scrub

A slightly disrespectful term for a new or inexperienced employee.
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Indeed, Steaua's name was scrubbed off everything in the stadium; from the scoreboard, to the team-sheet, to the staff jackets, to the pennant handed over before kick-off.
Over the last year the names of 108 people were scrubbed off following a legal test case, the newspaper said.
Handling high explosives that turned their skin yellow and for the fair-haired women their hair turn green, a staining that could not be scrubbed off. There were accidents - explosions that scarred and blinded people for life and terrifying accidents like the explosion at Bridgend that killed 27 young women.
"Basically just stripping away their cool personas I always find it interesting to see what's left after the Hollywood has been scrubbed off," Evans told (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2166849/A-prim-proper-Rihanna-Jennifer-Anistons-mugshot-obese-Johnny-Depp--Hollywoods-elite-youve-imagined.html) The Daily Mail .
However, Ms Rinehart remains a controversial figure in Australia having become locked in a bitter showdown with her siblings who want her name scrubbed off paperwork that names her as a trustee of a family trust.
Armed with her scrubbing glove, she first scrubbed off what the black soap had loosened, peeling off the superficial dead cells.
8 (ANI): A small video showing Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari yelling "shut up" at audience during his address has been mysteriously scrubbed off from internet.
But the appliance of technology also scrubbed off a wicket for Steve Harmison, England's hero here five years ago, who celebrated an early comeback success when Hill's finger pointed skywards in answer to another lbw shout.