How to use Dispensers in a sentence
He asked Priscilla, the owner, for a cup and filled it from one of the coffee dispensers.
They thus had the entire control of the administration, and were the sole dispensers of justice in the state.
During the whole of the July monarchy he was thus one of the chief dispensers of literary patronage in France, but in his later years his reputation declined.
And, importantly, it means that when hearing aids are delivered, our dispensers have the original digital audiogram with them.
To talk about begin your house small gumballtype dispensers make certain you.Advertisement
Stay safe at cash dispensers Always try to go in daylight hours.
Please be careful when using the dispensers so you do not get the alcohol rub in your eyes.
Brightwater - natural spring water Brightwater, located in Blackpool, supplies drinking water coolers & dispensers.
Those who have passed this examination are competent to perform analysis of all kinds, and generally obtain the preference for various appointments, such as head dispensers in government or other large hospitals, or as analysts.
Can be used in the automatic aerosol dispensers for control of Flies in roof voids (natural and safe pyrethrum ingredient).Advertisement
They even had the proper paper towel dispensers, meaning no one from our group used the bog roll they took !
In-door ice-and-water dispensers provide cold water and ice at the press of a small switch.
Use the bleach and water solution to clean bedding, food bowls, water dispensers and the surroundings.
Not too long ago it was the big thing to have ice and water dispensers in the door of the refrigerator; now you can watch television and much more.
It is available in 9.98 fluid ounce bottles (295 milliliters) with pump dispensers.Advertisement
Acid is discovered in soap dispensers in men's restrooms after several men fall victim.
You will need to use it up in no more than a week, so make it in small batches.This soapy liquid can be used for shampoo, laundry, or in soap dispensers for washing hands.
He grumbled something about getting one of those "take a number" dispensers the big city post offices had, right below their self-serving signs applauding their high level of service.
The clergy recruited themselves therefore from the class next below them, and looked more and more to the crown for help and protection as they drew apart from the gentry, who, moreover, as dispensers of patronage, lost no opportunity of appropriating church lands and cutting down tithes.