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paint

(pānt),
A solution or suspension of one or more medicaments applied to the skin with a brush or large applicator; generally used to treat widespread eruptions.

paint

(pānt)
1. a liquid designed for application to a surface, as of the body or a tooth.
2. to apply a liquid to a specific area as a remedial or protective measure.

paint

Etymology: Fr, peindre
1 v, to apply a medicated solution to the skin, usually over a wide area.
2 n, a medicated solution that is applied in this way. Kinds of paint include antiseptics, germicides,and sporicides.

paint

1. commercial paint products are used in animal accommodation. Most contain some lead, even so-called lead-free paints. Therefore they are capable of causing lead poisoning in animals.
2. see pinto.
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TREAT your friends to a VIP night out on the town - and Paint the Town Red for FREE
PAINT the town red on a night out in the Welsh capital you will never forget.
MODELS Hazel O'Sullivan and Nadia Forde love nothing more than to paint the town red.
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THE caring, sharing Co-op will be helping to paint the town red next weekend to celebrate St David's Day.
They normally go out in Cardiff together but she wanted to have a birthday to remember and really paint the town red.
PAINT the town red - and eat a bowl of scarlet spaghetti for charity
Nine additional works have been selected and will be included as part of the Paint the Town Red Art Tour beginning in March 1995.
We will paint the town red, white and blue to celebrate the crucial role these veterans have played in American history," said Bill Hanbury, President and CEO, GMCVB.
She said: "Sarah is the kind of girl whose phone bill is overdue but she still has money to head out and paint the town red.
Noel showed he is set to paint the town red when his band hits Aberdeen for gigs on Monday and Tuesday next week.
Elizabeth Moore, development specialist for northwest Arkansas' AHA office, said the first Paint the Town Red in June 2001 collected a net total of $7,516 and the January 2003 event netted $17,243: There was no event in 2002.