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Wipe

In film, a transition between two shots or scenes in which a second shot gradually replaces a first. Wipes are done in editing.
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When Mr Korbes came home, he went to the fireplace to make a fire; but the cat threw all the ashes in his eyes: so he ran to the kitchen to wash himself; but there the duck splashed all the water in his face; and when he tried to wipe himself, the egg broke to pieces in the towel all over his face and eyes.
If Europe ever becomes a grand council of free nations,--as I trust in God it will,--if, there, serfdom, and all unjust and oppressive social inequalities, are done away; and if they, as France and England have done, acknowledge our position,--then, in the great congress of nations, we will make our appeal, and present the cause of our enslaved and suffering race; and it cannot be that free, enlightened America will not then desire to wipe from her escutcheon that bar sinister which disgraces her among nations, and is as truly a curse to her as to the enslaved.
Of course, baby wipes have always, and still do, dominate the personal care space.
At the World of Wipes Conference in June, industry insiders provided an update on efforts to combat threats posed to the wipes industry due to their supposed role in clogging sewage systems.
Retailers could win by offering wipes that address consumers' health and environmental concerns -- and deliver value and performance.
Sales of wipes were driven by the rising affluence and hectic lifestyles of consumers in Malaysia, particularly in urban areas.
Promising to help us clean and polish without even having to get wet, it's no wonder reaching for a packet of antibacterial or babies' wet wipes has almost become second nature.
USPRwire, Fri Sep 25 2015] The strongest value growth was registered by impregnated wet wipes (12%), within which other impregnated wet wipes (13%) saw the strongest growth closely followed by the large category of all purpose cleaning wipes (12%).
After testing seven types of wipes used in hospitals, they found the efficiency of the wipes at removing traces of MRSA bacteria, Clostridium difficile (a bacterial infection that affects the digestive system) and Acinetobacter from surfaces was not up to scratch, and in some cases even spread the bacteria.
The efficiency of wet wipes used in hospitals was not up to scratch
With a 70 per cent market share, EWW manufactures wipes for top brands in the region as OEM basis.
As a specialist supplier of cleanroom wipes and cleaning agents, Cleanroomshop.