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- We had no electricity to run a vacuum cleaner and no water.
- These conditions are so debilitating that she has no energy to dust or use a vacuum cleaner.
- Make sure you remove all the sanding dust with a vacuum cleaner and a tack cloth.
- The vacuum cleaner is not something that you leave out for guests to see.
- Dirt trapped in the fibers can be removed with the floor brush attachment of a vacuum cleaner.
- First I swept the floor with a broom I found and got the vacuum cleaner from downstairs.
- I heave the vacuum cleaner into the small cupboard on the first floor landing.
- I told her how we never had any problems with our vacuum cleaner for the entire year that she didn't live with us.
- There was no point battling against the sound of a vacuum cleaner.
- A vacuum cleaner was jammed against the door to keep the children in.
- Now it's time to get the vacuum cleaner out just in case some nosey-parker calls round to see what colour your loo is.
- I will use a vacuum cleaner to get rid of any soot on the carpet, though.
- It is true that the sight of Graham wielding a vacuum cleaner at full speed does have something of the fearful about it.
- Our vacuum cleaner is left in the middle of the room.
- She had to suck the water out of the studio using a vacuum cleaner and use fans to try and dry the sodden carpet tiles.
- Give me the vacuum cleaner and the office carpet will never have looked fresher.
- She's getting used to the routine, even resigned to the noise of the vacuum cleaner.
- A plume of acrid smoke rose slowly from what had been a vacuum cleaner only moments before.
- A student has been left shaken after a faulty vacuum cleaner started a fire in her house.
- One day in my shop a woman came in to pick up her vacuum cleaner that we'd repaired.
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