|NOUN || (the) washing-up | - |
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- Locals had noticed a strange sheen on the ocean surface, and dead seals and sea lions began washing up onto the beach.
- They follow a route close inshore, often resulting in many fish washing up on beaches.
- The new packaging for Sunlight Lemon Liquid had a large picture of a lemon, and only featured the words "washing up liquid" in small letters.
- With increasing amounts of seaweed washing up on shores, there is an increasing recognition of "Laminaria" and their close pairing with "Coelopa".
- After one dinner party, some of the heirloom dishes got chipped while washing up, prompting her to search for a better alternative to handwashing the china.
- The act was passed in response to large amounts of garbage washing up on the beaches of Sydney and Newcastle from vessels outside the reach of local governments and the New South Wales government.
- Mr Everart, the only passenger surviving reported that the general had been injured in the wreck and presumed drowned, the bodies washing up over a number of weeks were not identifiable.
- The Fairy brand of washing-up liquid and Cascade brand of dishwasher detergent are also sold under the name "Dreft" in some countries, including the Netherlands and Belgium.
- There is also a problem with trash washing up on the beaches or being deposited by there by residents.
- The dream ends with him washing up on the sand.
- In late December 1977, unidentified bodies began washing up on beaches hundreds of kilometers south of Buenos Aires after heavy storms.
- In 2013, Principal funded an ad bringing awareness to the plight of sea lion pups washing up along the California coastline and provided funds to Wildlife Org. for their rescue and rehabilitation.
- With too little buoyancy forward the bows were easily buried even in moderate seas, with spray washing up over both forward turrets.
- In Manhasset Bay, almost 400 boats were ripped from their moorings and smashed or sunk, with more than 100 washing up on the beach by the Port Washington Yacht Club.
- In 2003, a scientific study was published about fossilized coral that was washing up on Palmyra.
- Ritual washing up to the knuckles is permitted. Washing to cleanse dirt or mud from one's body is also permitted.
- In 2022, pieces of plastic transmission line used in rock explosives, (known as explosive shock tubing) began washing up on coastal shores of Cape Cod and Rhode Island.[...] This led to an investigation that was conducted by the U.S.
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