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de·louse

(dē-lows'),
To remove lice from; to free from infestation with lice; used especially of prophylaxis for louse-borne diseases.
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delouse

(dē-lous′)
tr.v. de·loused, de·lousing, de·louses
To rid (a person or an animal) of lice by physical or chemical means.
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delouse

(dē-lows′) [ de- + louse]
To treat a person infected with ectoparasites, esp. lice or scabies.
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Security escorted the man out of the library and told him not to come back until he had been deloused. A janitorial crew cleaned up right away, and other patrons were cleared from the area because, Pong said, "lice were now crawling all over."
All were vaccinated and deloused before leaving, and then they were off, escorted by three Red Cross nurses, three policemen, one Gestapo man, one German Foreign Office official, and a Swiss representative.
On entry she would have been searched, stripped, probably deloused and given a workhouse uniform.
The image was in relation to reports that local police officers had returned a bleeding and naked gay minority teen to the home he had fled from--Jeffrey Dahmer's--while joking that the incident was a "boyfriend-boyfriend thing" and that they would have to get themselves "deloused." It was of a police car with writing on its doors that read "To Protect Heterosexuals" and "To Serve White People."
Because body lice live in clothing, lay their eggs in clothing, and only visit human skin to feed, the patient's body does not need to be deloused. Boiling infested clothes is also efficient (1).
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They must give up their street clothes for state-issued uniforms; they are showered, deloused, and searched for any type of contraband, which usually means a cavity search.
"He has now gone back to the pound where he is being deloused and given a veterinary check-over before being placed in some local kennels, where he will continue to be monitored to see that he is okay.
Army personnel sprayed soldiers, dusted beachheads, and even deloused concentration camp survivors with DDT.
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