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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Cuddly duck hot water bottle and cover pounds 9.99, from ASDA (tel: 0500 100055).
She is now warning customers of the Bradford Road store who have bought the pounds 1.50 Cassandra make hot water bottle to check their purchases.
Kiss Me hot water bottle, pounds 17, Bombay Duck (020 8749 3000)
It's hard, but you need to find the inner strength to stand up to your family so you're not paying your grandson pounds 2 to fill up a hot water bottle. You don't have to pay anyone for kindness.
Amelie satin hot water bottle cover in pink or black, pounds 17.50, Bombay Duck (020 8749 8001)
Don't apply direct heat, like a hot water bottle, to their body as this could force cold blood to the major organs too quickly, potentially causing a heart attack or stroke in an elderly person.
Any weighing less than this need to be taken indoors and kept warm with an old towel and a well wrapped hot water bottle in a high sided box.
He may not have liked the aftershave, but the former Supermarket Sweep host snapped up a bargain - a fluffy hot water bottle cover in faux Dalmatian skin.
The show is set in an exclusive girls' school in the 1920s and boasts hot water bottle fights, midnight feasts and jolly hockey matches.
When she's not clutching a hot water bottle, she's cowering under a puffa jacket to keep the cold at bay.
Just look for the green parcel label in store and at boots.com on all sorts from beauty bits to toys, food and general gifts including the Play Zee Zee Zebra, pounds 18, and Miko Cat mini hot water bottle, pounds 15.
Hot water bottle sales at the store chain are up by 27 per cent and sales of blankets and duvets have rocketed by 225 per cent.