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sachet

(sa-shā′) [Fr. sachet, little sack]
Any material, e.g., paper, foil, or plastic, used to package doses of medication.
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Recovered from him were sachets of shabu with an estimated worth of P2,000.
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* Turn the sachet through the zipper opening, poking out the corners using a chopstick or other turning tool.
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Several studies has documented the detection of coliforms and heterotrophic bacteria in bottled/ sachet drinking water counts which far exceeded the national and international standards set for potable water for human consumption.