dusters

dust·er || 'dʌstə n. cloth for removing dust; one that dusts; device for dispersing powdered substances (such as insecticide)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • Dusters — may refer to: Binghamton Dusters, an ice hockey team in the American Hockey League Broome Dusters, an ice hockey team in the North American Hockey League Capitol City Dusters, a punk band from Washington, D.C., USA that played from 1996 till 2003 …   Wikipedia

  • DUSTERS — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dusters De Binghamton — Broome Dusters de Binghamto …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Dusters de Binghamton — Broome Dusters de Binghamto Données clés Fondé en 1977 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Binghamton Dusters — Dusters de Binghamton Broome Dusters de Binghamto …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Amarillo Dusters — NHL Team team name = Amarillo Dusters bg color = black text color = #F87A36 logo conference = National division = Central founded = 2004 history = Amarillo Dusters 2004–present arena = Amarillo Civic Center city =flagicon|USA Amarillo, Texas… …   Wikipedia

  • Capitol City Dusters — The Capitol City Dusters was a punk band from Washington, D.C., USA that played from 1996 till 2003.Early careerThe Dusters played their first show on June 2 1996 at The Black Cat nightclub in Washington DC with Regulator Watts and The Most… …   Wikipedia

  • Binghamton Dusters — Gründung 1977 Auflösung 1980 Geschichte Providence Reds 1926–1976 Rhode Island Reds 1976–1977 Binghamton Dusters 1977–1980 Binghamton Whalers 1980–1990 Binghamton Rangers 1990–1997 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Broome Dusters — Gründung 1973 Auflösung 1977 Geschichte Broome Dusters 1973 – 1977 Stadion Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena Standort …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ostrich feather dusters — Although feather dusters have been in production since the 1800s the Ostrich Feather Duster was not invented until the beginning of the 1900s. The basic feather duster is actually a patented invention. Susan Hibbard is credited with the first… …   Wikipedia

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