Recent Examples of dental floss from the Web
In addition to the items mentioned in the story, products such as dish soap, trash bags, storage bags, cleaners, dental floss, diapers, pull-ups, wipes, shaving cream and tissues also are needed.
The good news: Gates must be a regular flosser because his first guess ($4) on dental floss was off by a few cents.
And for Anglicans, don’t forget synthetic fabrics, wet wipes, and those little boxes that hold dental floss.
His hands were at the correct 10 and 2 positions on the steering wheel, but stretched between them was a long piece of dental floss.
Notoriously, Pellicano also would use discarded dental floss to prove producer Steve Bing — not Kerkorian — was the biological father of Bonder's child, Kira.
Charlotte Water asks that customers put paper towels, wipes, hair, cotton swabs, feminine products, dental floss, coffee grounds and leftover food in the trash instead of down the drain.
On the other hand there’s New York City, directly in the path of a line of hurricanes and superstorms that never seems to end, with a mass-transit system that’s held together by dental floss and dreams.
Using a piece of dental floss, slice the log into 1-inch pieces and place on a baking sheet covered with parchment.
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First Known Use of dental floss
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Definition of dental floss for English Language Learners
: a special thread that is used to clean between your teeth
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