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Scrub or scrubs may refer to: Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary (a portmanteau of wiki and dictionary) is a multilingual, Web-based project to create a free content dictionary, available in over 150 languages. ...

  • Scrub, to fall.
  • Scrubs (clothing), a kind of clothing designed for medical staff performing surgery
  • Scrubs (TV series), a television sitcom about life working in a hospital
  • First scrub, or surgical technologist, a particular member of a surgical team
  • Low-lying shrub vegetation predominant in scrubland
  • Vigorous cleaning, usually with a brush
  • To scrub a RAID array. This refers to examining an array and regenerating parity information.
  • Data scrubbing, an error correction technique which uses a background task to inspect memory periodically for errors, and corrects the error using ECC or another copy of the data. It reduces the likelihood that single correctable errors will accumulate, thus reduces the risk of uncorrectable errors.
  • Scrubber, an industrial gas-pollution control device
  • Scrubbing audio or video content, moving the currently viewed or heard part of it backwards or forwards in order to locate something in it quickly
  • "No Scrubs", a song by TLC on their 1999 album Fanmail
  • Scrub baseball, an informal or practice version of baseball
  • Deku Scrubs, one of the fictional races of The Legend of Zelda series
  • Wormwood Scrubs, also known as "The Scrubs", an area in west London
  • Wormwood Scrubs (HM Prison), a prison in west London
  • An unskilled player, in the terms of fighting games.

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Scrubs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (805 words)
Scrubs featuring cartoon characters and cheerful prints are common in pediatricians' offices and children's hospitals, while prints for various holidays can be seen throughout the year.
Scrubs worn in surgery, in contrast, are almost always colored solid light green, light blue or a light green-blue shade known as "seal" or "ciel" blue*.
Scrubs of this color can be advertised as either "ciel" or "seal" blue, although most scrub manufacturers now use "ciel blue" as a cognate for "sky blue" and "seal blue" or "mist" as the original blue-green color.
Scrubs (TV series) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (7072 words)
Scrubs is an American sitcom currently in its fifth season on NBC.
In Italy, Scrubs is aired on MTV (new episodes) and the Fox channel.
Scrubs is notable for using a single camera setup, no laugh track, and not being filmed before a live audience.
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