Wash back

Related to Wash back: back scrubber
a vat in which distillers ferment the wort to form wash.

See also: Back

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These wash back and forth in shallow water on a sandy bottom, and are sometimes cast on the shore.
The debris will be left on the shore or, worse, these could fall into the sea then during the monsoon season, the debris will wash back to the shore.
I think it is one class in particular because one of the children was related to a trawlerman in Arbroath who would take the bottle in their boat and throw it a bit further out so it was less likely to wash back ashore.
I don't not wash back in London, I probably wash twice a day.
curriculum, pedagogy and examination of the education system and the role of examination system as wash back effect on the whole educational system.
reflecting off the drying wash back into open eyes--a
When the LES weakens it doesn't close completely, allowing acidic stomach fluids to wash back into the esophagus causing acid reflux.
Because smaller grains absorb less water, when the waves wash back into the Gulf, they pull in the heavier, water-laden materials, leaving the powdery quartz sand behind.
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease is a chronic condition in which the gastroesophageal valve allows gastric contents to wash back up into the esophagus, causing heartburn and possible injury to the esophageal lining.
For example, smoking causes the lower esophageal sphincter to relax, allowing stomach contents to wash back up into the esophagus and trigger GERD symptoms.
One of Surfrider Kauai's main concerns is getting the debris oft the beach so it does not wash back out to sea, he said.