The effort to sterilize his image first began when Epstein hired Los Angeles-based spin doctors Sitrick Co.
Pack tightly in jars, pour over the fat in which the sausage was fried, and sterilize.
In the field it is sometimes necessary to sterilize or filter water.
Some ligations and short resections have failed to sterilize.
And so we have this day to hunt out all his lairs and sterilize them.
It is far safer to send a mattress to the cleaner to be steamed than to try to sterilize such bulky objects at home.
Already all of his lairs but one be sterilize as for him; and before the sunset this shall be so.
It is curious how the sea seems to sterilize the emotions in some natures.
In canning sauce fill the jars with the hot sauce and sterilize 12 minutes in hot-water bath.
Adjust the jar tops next, and proceed to sterilize and cook the jars of carrots according to the method selected.
sterilize ster·il·ize (stěr'ə-līz')
v. ster·il·ized, ster·il·iz·ing, ster·il·iz·es
To make free from live bacteria or other microorganisms.
To deprive a person or an animal of the ability to produce offspring, as by removing the reproductive organs.