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drench

1. the act or an instance of drenching
2. a dose of liquid medicine given to an animal
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Matt Hill stung the palms of Drench but Taylor-Fletcher could only fire the rebound wide from 12 yards out when he looked certain to score.
In stoppage time Blyth were awarded a penalty, but Glen Taylor's spot-kick was saved by Drench.
The new cash injection will see production boosted even further as the firm introduces its popular Juicy Drench drink to the manufacturing lines.
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.
Rodgers challenged Drench for a long ball just outside the box with defenders at sixes and sevens and came out on top.
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.
Danny Graham opened Boro's account after only three minutes after keeper Steve Drench failed to hold a David Wheater header.
But he was first choice for a soaking yesterday when the Tango Apple Big Drench road show arrived in the Haymarket.
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As long as the same drench is used, selection pressure in favour of the resistant worms continues.
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