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Scrub

A slightly disrespectful term for a new or inexperienced employee.
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6] hand scrubbing has become a ritualistic practice amongst surgeons.
The scrubbing tool for the BS EN ISO 11998 test is known as "tool number 6" and it comprises an aluminium holder with a mass of 135g and an abrasive pad.
This article presents and discusses the evidence surrounding surgical scrubbing.
With a 216-litre solution tank, a 280-litre recovery tank and a 1220 mm scrubbing path, the Tennant 8300 has huge scrubbing capacity.
This practice is commonly referred to as surgical scrubbing though this term is perhaps out-of-date and confusing given the increasing use of non-scrub products such as alcohol rubs.
GSK compared the performance and functionality of I-many Validata to its existing mainframe-based system, third-party data processing vendors, and other off-the-shelf internal data scrubbing solutions.
FailSafe Storage with Masterpiece RAID Disk Scrubbing Technology (DST) is the first time this revolutionary technology has become available to the masses.
Sand Scrubbing Services; ICS operates Mobile Sand Scrubbers, which are fully road transportable.
So the very practice of scrubbing may actually contribute to the problem," according to Zahler.
ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company (EMRE) and Hamon Research-Cottrell (HRC) announced today that Shell Oil Products US has selected ExxonMobil's well-proven Wet Gas Scrubbing technology for their Puget Sound Refinery in Washington State.
Under the agreement, BELCO(R) will offer the LoTOx technology in conjunction with its own EDV(R) wet scrubbing system to help refiners around the world control particulates, sulfur dioxide and NOx from their fluid catalytic cracking units (FCCU's) - the main gasoline production units at refineries.
ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company (EMRE) and Hamon Research-Cottrell (HRC) announced today the signing of a license and sublicensing agreement to provide ExxonMobil's Wet Gas Scrubbing (WGS) technology to sublicensees of HRC.