He let go of the dead man's hand and wiped the blood off his own face.
For the second time that day, she wiped blood off her hand.
After wiping the blood off his hands and face he sat down in front of the fire with the others.
She tried to wipe the blood off her hand and arm.
I tried to wipe some of the blood off the tiny hand.
Just that morning, I had wiped the murder cases off the board.
Then why didn't they wipe her off the map in the past?
That might have wiped the smile off the President's face.
I was thinking about how that fire just, like, wiped any evidence of him off the planet.
Nor could she wipe the tears off her own face.
You'll only have to rub out that other guy, later.
Well, maybe I have had to rub out a few guys now and then.
I am going to rub out the old Pattern and draw my own.
You're not supposed to be able to have people you don't like rubbed out.
The only way you could change the display was by rubbing it out.
A pretty important name was rubbed out with it this afternoon.
Rub out anybody, or anything, that gets in the way!
But the memory of September 12, 1986 is not so easy to rub out.
I looked at his face until he finally caught on, then rubbed out the message.
But those can be rubbed out, boy, when you're willing to try.