refreshener

refreshener

(rɪˈfrɛʃənə)
n
a less common word for refresher1
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In addition to Dude Wipes, finalists for this year's Visionary Awards were a stretchable hood, a panty refreshener pad, a pleatable filter and a facial mask.
In Medieval times it was highly prized for the Sultan's harem both as a breath refreshener and for cosmetics The spice's use was widened when Chios became part of the Ottoman Empire [1].
They are also soon to be seen in a relaunched advert for carpet refreshener Shake 'n' Vac.
In addition to firm sales the toilet bowl cleaner Bluelet and the breath refreshener Breath Care, and the sanitary product Sarasaty, all of which are core products, sales of food products, particularly mail order sales, were healthy.
Then in August the company began marketing versions of three of its most successful laundry products formulated with the scent of its Febreze fabric refreshener and odor remover.
The wake of "Gladiator," in fact, reps an opportune moment for the release of the"Spartacus" DVD, for just as Ridley Scott's Oscar winner rehabilitated a long-defunct genre, the pagan-era-set "Spartacus," coming after a decade's worth of religious-themed sagas, was generally received in 1960 as an intelligent refreshener of the epic form.
s curl refreshener - will be flying off store shelves in upcoming months.
In addition to firm sales of the toilet bowl cleaner Bluelet and the breath refreshener Breath Care, both of which are core products, sales of cooling gel sheets for foreheads Netsusama Sheets and Asewaki Pad, which are attached to clothes and prevent sweat stains, were healthy because of a heat wave that hit in July.