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  • n  water in which dishes and cooking utensils are washed

  • I find it difficult to exorcise memories of the Han's less wholesome days, when the river had all the appeal of dirty dishwater with an odor to match.
  • Watching the suds floating on the dishwater, he got an idea that is likely to revolutionize the manufacture of flat glass.
  • It refines a dishwater dilemma, accommodating one's ideals to one's spouse, into a sparkling tonic.
News & Articles

  • Sewer rule could close Winchester Bay vendor
    WINCHESTER BAY — An increasingly popular food vendor on U.S. Highway 101 will only be here until October. It has no restrooms, and any “gray water,” usually dishwater, is picked up by a weekly…
    July 17, 2013 - The World
  • Sewer rule could close vendor
    WINCHESTER BAY — An increasingly popular food vendor on U.S. Highway 101 will only be here until October. It has no restrooms, and any “gray water,” usually dishwater, is picked up by a weekly…
    July 17, 2013 - The World
Quotes

  • Carl Sandburg in Kalamazoo Gazette - MLive.com
    KALAMAZOO -- In his poem "The Sins of Kalamazoo," Carl Sandburg writes that "the sins of Kalamazoo are a convict gray, a dishwater drab," and in the lives of the characters of playwright Christine Iaderosa's play with the same name, those...
  • Larry Sabato in Arizona Republic
    The conventions are as dull as dishwater,said Larry Sabato, a political-science professor at the University of Virginia. "It amazes me that anybody watches them anymore."

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