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'''Dust''' is the term for very small [[particles]] of [[matter]] that can be carried by the [[wind]].  In the domestic environment, 95% of household dust is actually discarded [[human]] [[skin]].
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'''Dust''' is the term for very small [[particle]]s of [[matter]] that can be carried by the [[wind]].  In outside conditions, dust is usually plentiful in earth with reduced [[moisture]] and little [[topsoil]].  In the domestic environment, 95% of household dust is actually discarded [[human]] [[skin]].
  
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Latest revision as of 10:53, 29 June 2016

Dust is the term for very small particles of matter that can be carried by the wind. In outside conditions, dust is usually plentiful in earth with reduced moisture and little topsoil. In the domestic environment, 95% of household dust is actually discarded human skin.