doctor treatment

doctor treatment

[′däk·tər ‚trēt·mənt]
(chemical engineering)
Refining process to sweeten (reduce the odor) of gasoline, solvents, and kerosine; sodium plumbite and sulfur convert the odoriferous mercaptans into disulfides.
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DAWN gave this family room the House Doctor treatment.
Today Pearce added that "deceptive press releases and spin doctor treatments will not cure this broken company.