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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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Nappy rash is a common condition affecting most infants at some point while they are wearing nappies.
Modern real nappies come in a range of styles, designs and colours, from denim and spots to ruffles.
The average baby will need to wear disposable nappies for two-and-a-half years, a cost of PS650 to PS1,300.
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Wash fabric nappies with non-biological washing powder and rinse them thoroughly.
Eileen Robinson, Household Waste Reduction Officer at Oxfordshire County Council comments “Christine helped us set up the Oxfordshire Real Nappies trial pack scheme in 2009, and her expertise and enthusiasm have been invaluable.
The idea is to save on waste, with disposable nappies one of the most commonly found items in rubbish bins.
Kim Graham-Nye, gNappies co-founder, said: "We founded gNappies after we discovered shocking statistics about the contribution disposable nappies make to landfill, as the third single biggest contributor, despite only five per cent of the population using them.
Welsh families throw away an estimated 200 million disposable nappies every year.
And now the 38-year-old is hoping the trend of using washable nappies will catch on.
Magnus and Fiona Smyth were so horrified by the mountain of disposable nappies they went through with their first child Kyle, they went into the reusable, environmentally-friendly nappy business.
This year, Australian parents will throw away one billion used disposable nappies, each taking up to 300 years to decompose.