DUKE: Swabs' lanterns explode, stoopid.
"Wappin' Wharf" by Charles S. Brooks
He whistled us to swab decks, whistled us to grub, whistled us to every blessed thing.
"More Cargoes" by W. W. Jacobs
It is scraped and swabbed all day.
"The Letters of Charles Dickens" by Charles Dickens
The skipper stared at him blankly, meanwhile swabbing at his burns with oiled waste.
"Gold Out of Celebes" by Aylward Edward Dingle
Of all the unpleasant experiences that I had at war, this throat swabbing was the worst.
"In the Flash Ranging Service" by Edward Alva Trueblood
DeLancey told her as much while he was helpin' swab off the reverend guest.
"Odd Numbers" by Sewell Ford
From oaken gunwales glistened slim cannon, their throats swabbed clean after some wholesale murder on the open seas.
"A Village of Vagabonds" by F. Berkeley Smith
If no metal fouling is in evidence, then swab out with the swabbing solution.
"Manual of Military Training" by James A. Moss
Can't you see what a swab he is, Laura?
"Northern Lights" by Gilbert Parker
He swabbed up the galley under Neb's gruff direction; he fed the chickens and milked the cow.
"Killykinick" by Mary T. Waggaman
MAN AT WHEEL.
Belay y'r jaw, y' swab! y' hoss-marine!
(To the Captain.)
Ay, ay, Sir! Stiddy, Sir! Sou'wes' b' sou'!
"A Sea Dialogue" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
Boatswain, lifting one knowing lid,
Hitches his breeches and shifts his quid
"Hey? What is it? Who 's come to grief
Louder, young swab, I 'm a little deaf."
"The Old Cruiser" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
The Sergeant-major, filled with rage,
Attacked the Sergeant at this stage,
‘You careless swab! jump to it smart.
Oh strewth! You break my blinkin ’eart!’
"Orange peel" by J Milton Hayes
And then (according to a nurse),
They heard him petulantly say:
"Adipose tissue is curse:
It's hard to pack them tripes away."
At last he did; sewed up the skin,
But left, some say, a swab within.
"The Widow" by Robert W Service
Oh, everybody's mighty vexed for poor old Bob . . . But, still,
I often thinks 'tis time that one or two was vexed for Bill.
For Bill's a wicked, lazy swab, a walkin' cask o' beer—
Leastwise Bob always called him so afore his mind went queer.
"Frien' Bill" by John Joy Bell
Such was the tale that was told to me
By that modest and truthful son of the sea,
And I envy the life of a second mate,
Though captains curse him and sailors hate,
For he ain't like some of the swabs I've seen,
As would go and lie to a poor marine.
"A Sailor's Yarn" by James Jeffrey Roche
Aromatherapy When You Swab The Sink.
Improvements to 3M's Clean-Trace Water test swab available for global food and beverage producers.
Swab is two-way standout for Cascia Hall.
The chief justice noted that most courts that have addressed the constitutionality of cheek swabs have concluded that it is a "search" for the purpose of the Fourth Amendment.
Now the process is to be applied to passengers' hands, which agents will swab on a random basis at points around airports CNN provides the details.
TSA to Swab Airline Passengers' Hands.
Aromatherapy When You Swab The Sink.
Each horse will be swabbed for masking agents.
Lao Moua, a risk assessor with the Sustainable Resources Center in Minneapolis, swabs a sample area during a lead assessment at a home in northeast Minneapolis, Monday, May 21, 2012.
An oral swab used to test for HIV.
The bloody swab was used to match Tucker's DNA on evidence from the robbery.
Take a swab of the area.
Kidd's remains through DNA cotton swab tests.
Target 7 swabs menus for germs.
Instead of swabbing decks and hoisting sails like other pirates , in 1995 he founded an organization called The Pirate Toy Fund which has given over 100,000 toys to children in need.