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  • Blow-comb

    a small, usually hand-held electrical appliance combining a comb and blow-dryer, permitting one to style the hair while drying it.



  • Cork

    the outer bark of an oak, Quercus suber, of Mediterranean countries, used for making stoppers for bottles, floats, etc. Also called cork oak. the tree itself. something made of cork. a piece of cork, rubber, or the like used as a stopper, as for a bottle. Angling. a small float to buoy up a fishing […]

  • Blow–down

    (of the wind or air) to be in motion. to move along, carried by or as by the wind: Dust seemed to blow through every crack in the house. to produce or emit a current of air, as with the mouth or a bellows: Blow on your hands to warm them. (of a horn, trumpet, […]



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