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BenGay

(bĕn′gā′)
An over-the-counter preparation containing menthol and methyl salicylate.
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There is a set of products, primarily vitamins, minerals, nutritional lipids and amino acids "that do have good, strong science and will likely move away from this label of dietary supplement and toward being a common O-T-C product alongside Aspirin or Ben-Gay," he comments.
As for me, I've reached the end of this column and my fingers need a massage and some Ben-Gay.
He'll go to DisneyLand, make an appearance on Jay Leno and endorse Ben-Gay.
While such analgesic rubs as Ben-Gay, now owned by Johnson & Johnson, and W.
I mean, Oprah has people on her show just because they paid a stranger's bridge toll or gave a tube of Ben-Gay to an old person.
The two main characters, Rudolph and Evelyn, begin the story as a married couple entrapped by the commodities that define their material world: Van de Kamp's pastry, Self magazine, beer, Ben-Gay, Harlequin romances, grade-B movies, color television, the Book-of-the-Month Club, Preparation H, and countless other items found at the department stores or the local mall.
And a few large tubes of Ben-Gay for my aching back later, I then knew why the astronomers had urged the dome be retrofitted.
His mind was clear and focused as he worked, thinking only of demolition and the Ben-Gay his hand.
Especially when everything is in order, magazines stacked neatly on the left side of the nightstand, fiction on the right, Tums and Ben-Gay in the center, non-fiction piled orderly on the floor.
In the external analgesic rub category, which some retailers merchandise in the first aid section, Bristol-Myers Squibb's Therapeutic Mineral Ice continued to slug it out with Ben-Gay and Chattem Consumer Products' Flex-all 454.
But now the fever season has passed and we have a few movies worth discussing, some of which cost less than the budget for Arnold's Ben-Gay on Total Recall.
It may work fine, but I would rather buy something called Ben-Gay or Icy Hot.