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rub

elbows/shoulders
To mix or socialize closely: diplomats rubbing elbows with heads of state.
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This practice is commonly referred to as surgical scrubbing though this term is perhaps out-of-date and confusing given the increasing use of non-scrub products such as alcohol rubs. In this article the term antisepsis is used, rather than disinfection which pertains to inanimate objects such as work surfaces.
Microbial colony counts were significantly lower on the fifth day of using the waterless rub, compared with the other two products, reported Dr.
The proportion of workers that correctly used two pumps of the alcohol-based rub instead of one rose from 54% to 90% after training.
The guidelines will not apply to childcare facilities or to the food industry, but alcohol-based rubs are being tested in these settings.
Health care workers who have never used the alcoholbased rubs often erroneously fear that the products will dry out their hands and cause irritant contact dermatitis, one of the main reasons for low compliance with hand washing, noted Dr.
Although not accompanied by debarking, black rhino males have been observed to rub their head, snout, and horn bases on stumps and trees.
A rub, however, never has more than one author, and can (but doesn't always) describe him.
She rubs the dish-water on my legs with her strong black hands and starts telling my mother about the man my aunt likes.
1 After wetting and thoroughly soaping your hands, rub them together palm to palm.
Get ready to rub your hands in anticipation and answer your stomach rumblings in style as Rub Smokehouse & Bar is ready to open in Newcastle.
Summary: The banking sector in Russia managed a profit of RUB 72bn in November, up from RUB 65bn in October.
Bob Trudnak, creator of BBQ Bob's Hav'n a BBQ sauce and rub line, based in Lansdale, Pa., runs his own barbecue catering business and has won many awards for his work on the barbecue competition circuit.
[USA], Apr 15 (ANI): A shortened 15-second application time and an easy three-step technique for use of alcohol-based hand rub is as effective in reducing bacteria as the 30-second application and six-step technique recommended by World Health Organization