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a business that dry-cleans garments, draperies, etc.
a person who owns or operates such an establishment.
a liquid solvent used in dry cleaning.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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When they select a
, after location, how much they are charged for a shirt is a top consideration.
Teachers shouldn't need to be concerned about frivolous lawsuits, nor
He was doing more business than any
maybe in the country.
She had drawn up a shopping list and made a note to get gas and pick up clothes at the
Lightly wrap the folded suit in sheets of
plastic, if it's available.
The hotel has a convenience store, coin-operated laundry and a
bags because the plastic reduces friction that can cause wrinkles.
Or bag them and send them to the
if they're delicate.
For example, you debit card to your
and overdraft your account.
He ought even to have sold it in the window of his
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