roller towel


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roller towel

n
1. a towel with the two ends sewn together, hung on a roller
2. a continuous towel wound inside a roller enabling a clean section to be pulled out when required
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
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Noun1.roller towel - a towel with the ends sewn together, hung on a roller
towel - a rectangular piece of absorbent cloth (or paper) for drying or wiping
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roller towel

nasciugamano a rullo
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The court was also told there was no food management system in place - raw chicken was defrosting in a sink full of water and was also being stored next to ready to eat items; the washbasin was inaccessible with a dirty roller towel hanging in it and temperature records for the fridge, freezer and cooked food had not been checked or maintained.
Q I HAVE visited chain stores, small shops and street markets in my quest to find an old-fashioned kitchen roller towel. Surely somebody must still sell them?
Her petticoat is from the wardrobe stores; a newly created skirt has been made from an Indian bedspread, a shirt made from an antique textile and an apron from a Victorian roller towel.
I made my excuses and left, relieved at least that he had not used the roller towel for the pursuit of his peculiar pleasure."
Wallpaper was used to set fire to a roller towel in a women's toilet at the Gaumont Cinema, Colmore Circus, but it was put out with sand before it could spread.
The use of natural cotton fibers from Edward Hall, Whaley Bridge, U.K, and new spunlacing production techniques by roll goods manufacturers are being combined to develop a nonwoven roller towel for the hand drying market.
Everything there was original, from the pantry with its slate shelves to the downstairs toilet with its Royal Worcester hand basin and grubby roller towel.
"I hate people who don't pull down the roller towel after they've dried their hands, to leave a clean bit for the next person," was all I said but Emma immediately took me off to the pub for another severe talking-to.
This example of fabric with distinctive shoe prints on it must have been, we are convinced, the roller towel.