abstergent

abstergent

(əbˈstɜːdʒənt)
adj
cleansing or scouring
[C17: from Latin abstergent-, abstērgens wiping off, from abs- away, off + tergēre to wipe]
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Colchicine, an alkaloid derived from autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale) had been used as a hard abstergent for more than 2000 years, since ancient Egypt and Greece.
Te quoque lacrimulas, uirgo, iam mittere tempus: Abstergent tibi singultus mox gaudia tantos, Gaudia quae lacrimis aliter testere profusis: (199-204) Si bien iniciado por las moradas de las ninfas de Camapania, segun se ha visto, el viaje propiamente dicho comienza tarde, pues abarca el trecho final del poema (207-253), tan solo seguido de la adlocutio sponsalis (254-262).
Also, an additional experiment using 1% solution of dish abstergent "Fairy" after 5 hours and 24 hours post introduction of bacterial combination was performed Using abstergent after 5 hours, the quantity of microorganisms decreased from [10.sup.8] CFU/g to [10.sup.5] CFU/g, while after 24 hours the substantial effect of cell concentration ([10.sup.7] CFU/g) was not detected.
Part 1 Abstergents (committed funds of 200 000 MKD, VAT included); Part 2 Paper and liquid soap (committed funds of 4 091 235 MKD, VAT included); Part 3 Hygiene items (committed funds of 200 000 MKD, VAT included).