hot water bottle

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hot water bottle

A rubber or plastic bottle or bag for applying dry heat to circumscribed areas and for keeping moist applications warm.
Synonym: hot water bag
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The Consumer Protection Service of the commerce ministry has launched a campaign to both regulate the sale of low-quality hot water bottles and warn consumers of their correct usage.
Debbie, 59, has been strapping hot water bottles to her back to make the agonising pain disappear.
Mam would warm our pyjamas by the fire and then boil the kettle to fill three earthenware hot water bottles sitting on the kitchen table like fat brown piglets.
With winter my coping With winter will be going around 8pm hot water Japproaching, my coping strategy will be going to bed around 8pm with two hot water bottles accompanied by a good book - large heating bills being something I have to avoid.
The favourite hot water bottles have been liberated from cupboards and tested.
From hot water bottles to hats, there's a warm and fuzzy buy out there for you.
Support could come in the form of advice, help with energy debt, efficiency improvements and grants, free emergency measures like portable heaters, blankets and hot water bottles and more.
THE WONDER OF DOGS, 8pm BBC2 THERE'S a charming story that hairless Chinese Crested dogs were bred to be follically challenged so they could be used as hot water bottles for princesses.
Even though my wife and I receive this payment we still use hot water bottles, wear thick jumpers and cover our knees with thick blankets, and we make our payments pay for winter and spring bills, we don't waste it.
That is why all eco hot water bottles are available with exclusive fleece-and double fleece-covers.
Contract awarded for Clerk, requires the acquisition of cold water dispenser, hot water bottles and 20 liter cups and aimed at municipal hall of.
It will use the money to distribute hot water bottles, blankets, flasks and hot drinks packs to both families and older people.