topical anesthetic

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top·i·cal an·es·thet·ic

a local anesthetic preparation suitable for anesthetizing skin surfaces or mucous membranes. Can be used as ointments, creams, jellies, sprays, or solutions.

top·i·cal an·es·thet·ic

(topi-kăl an'es-thetik)
A local anesthetic preparation suitable for anesthetizing skin surfaces or mucous membranes. Can be used as ointments, creams, jellies, sprays, or solutions.
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Sinas, hours after Cadungog, who is also a labor leader, survived the assassination attempt, said Cadungog would be charged with murder for the killing of PO3 Eugene Alcain Calumba, a member of the Drug Enforcement Unit of the Parian Police Station in the city.
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The President vowed justice for the death of the two-year-old boy mauled to death by his guardians Sarah Jane Alcain and husband Ronilo.
They were identified as Cristita Davin, 54; Nickson Albite, 40; Yoyoy Barlaan, 45; Wenceslao Pamulagan, 53; Agustin Alcain, 63; Danilo Marson, and Jovencio Davin, all from Barangay Cabantog in Argao town.
Lightweight Michael Adolfo, pinweight Amena Madid, feather Dianalyn Alcain, bantam Klein Mataverde and Mary Joy Sajulan, and light Catherine Segura delivered in full-contact arnis while Mae Carillo (girls' 54kg), Fernan Santoso (boys'-49kg) and Ridio Sumang (boys' -58kg) shone in karate.
Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar (ALBERT ALCAIN / PPD / MANILA BULLETIN / FILE PHOTO)