Then, when they had feasted their eyes upon him sufficiently, they washed their hands
and began to cook him for dinner.
Miranda and Jane had virtually washed their hands
of Aurelia when she married Lorenzo de Medici Randall.
The UAE national said: "I think what bothers me is the thought that a person hasn't washed their hands
prior to touching it.
People both young and old, literate and illiterate washed their hands
whenever they went places like markets, shopping malls, schools, banks, companies, hospitals to mention a few.
A recent study showed that only 31% of men and 65% of women washed their hands
after using a public restroom.
Published in December in the American Journal of Infection Control, the study found that child care staff properly washed their hands
less than a quarter of the time.
I began to think how many billions of people washed their hands
every day and how much water that uses."
Mr Preston mentioned that Middlesbrough had the lowest turnout, at just 24%, at the recent European Parliament elections, symptoms of the past where too many people believe they can't make a difference to their town and simply washed their hands
of the issues.
N = 100) Before eating food, 99 out of 100 house surgeons washed their hands
. Out of 100 house surgeons, 87 washed their hands
before caring for someone who is sick.
"Subjects who washed their hands
after a task were more optimistic than those who did not wash their hands, but it hampered their future performance in the same task domain".
Kai Kaspar from the University of Cologne found that test subjects who washed their hands
after a task were more optimistic than those who did not wash their hands, but it hampered their future performance in the same task domain.
In the 2003 study (American Society for Microbiology) it was observed that 83% of women washed their hands
after using the restroom, whereas only 74% of the men did so.
Although 95 per cent of people said they washed their hands
with soap where possible, 92 per cent of phones and 82 per cent of hands had bacteria on them.
My theory is that if you don't wash your hands in a restaurant then you touch the door on the way out then as soon as someone else touches the door they will have your germs to go and eat their dinner with whether they have washed their hands
This survey found that after using public restrooms in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, New Orleans and San Francisco only 68 per cent, adults washed their hands
. Women washed their hands
more often than men (74 per cent versus 61 per cent).