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Relationships Synonym:  redaction n. ~ 1. The process of removing dirt, smudges, stains, or other foreign material from an object. - 2. The process of redacting confidential, private, or restricted i [..]
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removal of plaque and calculus (tarter) from teeth, generally above the gum line.
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AGB Nielsen Media Research's TV Events quality control procedures to ensure top quality programme, break and spot database.
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At PearlGolf all balls go through a careful and gentle cleaning process. In close collaboration with a laboratory we developed a very gentle and environmentally friendly cleaning process. Many year’s [..]
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Soiled or stained stamps are sometimes cleaned with chemicals or by erasing. The cleaning is usually done to improve the appearance of a stamp. A cleaned stamp can also mean one from which a cancellat [..]
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Removal of minor marks, dust, grit and other extraneous materials from a surface.
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The removal of marks, dust, and other extraneous materials from the surface of the stone.
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Process to check data for adherence to standards, internal consistency, referential integrity, valid domain, and to replace/repair incorrect data with correct data.
Source: icpsr.umich.edu

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Cleaning is locating, identifying, containing, removing and disposing of unwanted substances (pollutants) from the environment. It is our most powerful means of managing our immediate surrounding and [..]
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To "clean" a data file is to check for wild codes and inconsistent responses (see Consistency Check); to verify that the file has the correct and expected number of records, cases, and cards [..]
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Cleaning involves removing grease, food, dust, stains, smells and taste from food preparation surfaces and equipment.
Source: dofoodsafely.health.vic.gov.au

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(n) the act of making something clean
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Cleaning Charge
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Removal of contamination
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Removing unwanted tree and shrub growth.
Source: forestry.gov.uk

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  The process of de-constructing a belay/rappel anchor after the climbing party moves on, or removing protection points from a pitch after it is led.
Source: smithrockclimbingguides.com

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A process that removes contaminants including dust, soil, large numbers of micro-organisms and the organic matter that protects them.
Source: poultrymed.com

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Removing soil, food residue, dirt, grease and other objectionable matter.
Source: blaketraining.co.uk

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The act of removing soils from a surface.
Source: foodsafety.psu.edu

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The physical removal of organic matter or debris from objects, usually done using water, soap and friction. This process removes micro-organisms primarily by mechanical action, but does not destroy those remaining on the object.
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Checkups almost always include a complete cleaning, either from a dentist or a dental hygienist. Using special instruments, a dental hygienist will scrape below the gumline, removing built-up plaque a [..]
Source: colgate.com

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The process of removing soil, food residues, dirt, grease and other objectionable matter
Source: thefoodsafetysystem.com

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AGB Nielsen Media Research's TV Events quality control procedures to ensure top quality programme, break and spot database.
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taking the necessary steps (driving around, stopping in various locations) to avoid being followed.
Source: sonic.net

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Pipes and glass pipes are quickly clogged up by a mixture of tobacco and/or sooty herb components which are released with the smoke by the combustion. Water, for example, also leaves tide marks or chalk on glass bongs. In order to maintain the pleasure of smoking with ones bong, one should care for ones bong as well as one does cups and plates. It [..]
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At the start of the tenancy, the property must be in a thoroughly clean condition, and at the end of each tenancy it is the Tenants’ responsibility to leave the property in a similar condition. Whe [..]
Source: hornerblakey.co.uk

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A series of processes and procedures to identify and eliminate “bad” data from a survey datafile, including “out of range” variables, logical inconsistencies, skip-pattern errors, etc. Decisio [..]
Source: decisionanalyst.com

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Removing non-original layers from the paint surface. These layers may be surface dirt, varnish or overpaint. See surface cleaning, uncovering and varnish removal.
Source: artrestorations.co.uk

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An art restoration specialist removes aged and discoloured varnish. In so doing s(he) removes dirt, grime and accretions on the painting. For a novice cleaning appears a benign and straightforward pro [..]
Source: xamou-art.com

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The act of removing loose rock, plant life and gravel from a route which if left in situ would render the route unsafe for you, your second or both. Enthusiastic cleaning is hard to distinguish from c [..]
Source: ukclimbing.com

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