Definition of wiper
1 : a person who wipes
2a : something (such as a towel or sponge) used for wipingb : a moving contact for making connections with the terminals of an electrical device (such as a rheostat)c : a usually motor-driven arm with a flexible blade for wiping a window (such as the windshield of an automobile or airplane)
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Being a wagon, there’s a hatch in back, with wiper, and the rear seats split and fold flat to boost cargo room, which is generous.
The tank requires an occasional refill of the urea, though that’s as easy as topping off windshield wiper fluid.
The wiper are hitting lipless crank baits and shad style swim baits.
The catfish fishing is slowly picking up and anglers are catching a few wiper, drum, saugeye, and largemouth bass.
Clarendon Hills Property damage The windshield wipers of a vehicle were reported damaged at 6:16 a.m. June 5 on the 5700 block of Concord Lane.
After turning on the windshield wipers and slamming the brakes in an unsuccessful attempt to force her off the hood, the carjacker gave up and fled into another vehicle.
The Safety and Security Group ($745) brought the ParkSense Rear Park Assist System, Blind Spot and Cross-Path Detection, and rain-sensing windshield wipers.
Tiny wipers added to the spinning lidar atop the roof help mitigate a surprisingly routine problem: bird droppings.
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