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drench

(drĕnch)
tr.v. drenched, drenching, drenches
1. To wet through and through; soak.
2. To administer a large oral dose of liquid medicine to (an animal).
n.
1. The act of wetting or becoming wet through and through.
2. A large dose of liquid medicine, especially one administered to an animal by pouring down the throat.

drench′er n.

drench

A dose of medicine that is administered to an animal by pouring it into its mouth.
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Keeper Drench was stretchered off with an Achilles injury, and so John Johnston, possibly the smallest player in the Greater Manchester side, took over in goal.
There were 8 treatments as follows: CVG-700 (proprietary) injected at 10 mL per 2.54 cm trunk dbh, applied 5 Nov 2012; CVG-700 + dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) injected at 10 mL + 5% v/v per 2.54 cm trunk dbh, applied 5 Nov 2012; CVG-700 injected at 10 mL per 2.54 cm trunk dbh, applied 11 Mar 2013; CVG-700 + DMSO injected at 10 mL + 5% v/v per 2.54 cm trunk dbh, applied 11 Mar 2013; acephate (97%) drenched at 11.3 g + 250 mL water per 2.54 cm trunk dbh, applied 11 Mar 2013; dinotefuran (70 WSP = Water Soluble Powder) drenched at 17 g per 13 cm trunk dbh, applied 11 Mar 2013; acephate (97%) injected at 15 g + 100 mL water per 25 cm trunk dbh, applied 11 Mar 2013; and untreated controls for each date of treatment.
The game had opened up and an instinctive back-heel by Hamilton saw McLaughlin's curling 22-yard drive held by Drench above his head.
The present study aimed at evaluating the early application of an oral Drench solution (immediately after calving and 24 h after) in relation to the metabolic profile and its potential for preventing subclinical ketosis in dairy cows from Southern Brazil.
The problem is that sociological understandings of health can never be this simple, since they involve a number of competing perspectives and Willis and Elmer do a much better job of problematising their themes than Drench et al.
SOUTHPORT: Drench, Lever, Barratt, Hocking, Lee, Holland, Duffy (Powell 61), Blakeman, Robinson, Gray, Prince.
A first-time lay-off from Roberts set Shakes through on goal, but he could only drive straight at Drench, who then brilliantly saved from Shakes again.
A dispute over noise led to a man breaking into his neighbour's home and causing almost pounds 12,000 damage when he drenched it with water, Birmingham Crown Court heard yesterday.
But Tom Craddock's penalty was brilliantly saved by Drench.
Local children who crowded around to see the two celebrities were also challenged to experience the Drench Roulette, an enormous inflatable apple filled to bursting point with 80 litres of liquid.
I totally agree with Latino Leaders' publishers that our society is "media drenched" (April/May edition), and wonder why LL is always filled with media Latinos, instead of real leaders?
The range consists of eye washes, drench hoses, drench showers and accessories which provide quick, easy access to a steady flow of safe water.