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Wipe means to clean a surface by rubbing something on it, but it is used in other contexts:
- Wiping, a process in which old television and radio recordings were overwritten, erased, or destroyed
- Wipe (transition), a gradual transition in film editing
- Wipe curtain, a kind of theater curtain
- In plumbing, a wiped joint is one created when two pipes are joined by solder as it re-solidifies after melting
- Total Party Kill, in roleplaying games, when an entire group is killed by hostile units
- Data erasure, purging a computer file to counter data remanence
- Bathroom hygiene, particularly in reference to wet wipes. See Anal cleansing and toilet paper
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