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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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She said: "I would like to know what was on the nappy to cause this.
lt;B Bryher Hill, back left, from 'The Nappy Gurus - Bridgend' and Angela Todd, back centre, from Bridgend County Borough Council have been discussing real nappies with local mums, and mums-to-be, at The Zone in Bridgend.
He was lying in his cot with a handful of nappy sacks scattered around him and one was covering his face.
Nappy rash or contact irritant dermatitis is caused by the interaction of several factors, predominately the prolonged and increased contact with urine, faeces particularly faecal enzymes, moisture and friction from the nappy which subsequently disrupts and damages the physical integrity of the skin (Neild and Kamat, 2007; Atherton, 2004).
According to Go Real, the Real Nappy Information Service, at an average cost of 16p per disposable, between them parents in England and Wales are spending almost half a billion pounds on disposable nappies every year.
Using real nappies will keep around 750kg of nappy waste out of landfill per child (source: Knowaste nappy recycling - average child generates 6kg of nappy waste per week and is in nappies for 30 months).
It has eight handy storage areas for every cream, lotion, powder and accessory you need, plus a convenient nappy dispenser that keeps nappies from falling out.
There are also lots of other things you can do at home to treat a mild nappy rash.
Huggies NewDorn Umbilical CCO replaces the brand's original Newborn size 1 nappy.
WHEN Guisborough mum Claire Benn worked as a landfill inspector her opinion in the nappy debate was decided.
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.
Traditional cloth nappies have pretty much become a thing of the past, accounting for only five per cent of today's nappy changes.