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  • n. Plural form of spray.

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Examples

  • The higher potency of red pepper sprays is unquestionable while adding an identification chemical dye increases the chances of eventually apprehending the evil-doer.

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  • Oxytocin sprays are being sold commercially on the internet.

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  • I usually find them dead in the corners because whatever the gardner sprays is incredibly effective.

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  • They reach to draw the flower sprays from the baskets, as the Huntress her arrows.

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  • Presently the descent became steeper, and the bridge flimsier, and sprays from the American Fall began to rain down on us in fast-increasing sheets that soon became blinding, and after that our progress was mostly in the nature of groping.

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  • Presently the descent became steeper and the bridge flimsier, and sprays from the American Fall began to rain down on us in fast increasing sheets that soon became blinding, and after that our progress was mostly in the nature of groping.

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  • Presently the descent became steeper, and the bridge flimsier, and sprays from the American Fall began to rain down on us in fast increasing sheets that soon became blinding, and after that our progress was mostly in the nature of groping.

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  • Among other things the scientists told us we couldn't use lime-sulphur and arsenate of lead together, that they would have to be sprayed over the orchard in separate sprays, that is, we would have to go over the orchard with lime-sulphur and then again with arsenate of lead, that when you combined the two the chemical combination was such that it deteriorated the lime-sulphur.

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  • Because these peppers are so high in capsaicin, the compound responsible for the heat in chiles, they are well suited both to making outrageously hot sauces with an outlaw allure, and to manufacturing industrial products, such as sprays to ward off bears and muggers.

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  • This is commonly caused by using antiseptics and scented bubble bath and feminine hygiene products such as sprays and wipes.

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