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nappy

1. of alcoholic drink, esp beer
a. having a head; frothy
b. strong or heady
2. (of a horse) jumpy or irritable; nervy
3. any strong alcoholic drink, esp heady beer
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The supermarket chain were alerted to a possible bad batch of their Little Angels nappies after customer Jordan Bartliff posted pictures on Facebook showing his premature baby's painful red raw skin.
He said his son had worn the Little Angels nappies for three weeks when a potential chemical reaction had left the unnamed mite needing oxygen.
Holiday lets do not have nappy collections so used nappies are placed in general waste.
Councillor Ceri Reeves, the council's Cabinet Member for Communities, said: "With children needing an average of 5,520 nappy changes before they're potty trained, that's a huge amount of nappies that end up in landfill.
Industries related to child-raising, such as maternity medical care, baby milk formula, nappies, etc, have been expected grow further and faster in China.
The Huggies range consists of: nappies for newborns, crawlers and walkers; nappy pants for walkers and toddlers; Pull-Ups, which are toilet training pants; the DryNites range of disposable pants for bed-wetting babies and children; and Little Swimmers, a range of nappies for the pool, beach and on holiday.
Here they get to learn more about cloth nappies and the may different brands, sizes and types they come in and also have a trial run with their baby.
Pampers Active Fit Size 5+ nappies (34) have tumbled from PS9.
Plush Pants offers a nappy trial scheme - both online and through Oxfordshire County Council - that allows families to try a selection of nappy designs and brands for a fraction of the cost of new nappies.
Disposable Nappies in Australia - a Snapshot (2012)
The council is offering parents pounds 25 off a starter kit of modern cloth nappies.
A COUNCIL'S waste strategy team are urging mums and dads to use real nappies.