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douche

1. a stream of water or air directed onto the body surface or into a body cavity, for cleansing or medical purposes
2. the application of such a stream of water or air
3. an instrument, such as a special syringe, for applying a douche
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Prince Charles puts the royal <Bsignature on Steffan Douch's cast
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Carol Douch from Birmingham Social Services child protection, told the court that following a review undertaken after Mikael's death, she was satisfied that there was nothing else centre staff could have done.
The prison has been described as a "powder keg" after inmate Gary Douch was beaten to death earlier this month in an overcrowded holding cell.
Donations to Francis House c/o F C Douch funeral director, 7 Leight Road, Wimborne, Dorset
Last year's World Trader of the Year award was presented to Richard Douch, co-founder, chairman and CEO of American Axle & Manufacturing Inc.
AN under-strength Cheltenham pushed Redruth in Jewson Division Two South before Neil Douch ensured victory for the home side with a last-minute try.
Gary Douch, 21, was kicked and strangled to death by mentally ill inmate Stephen Egan in 2006.
Det Sgt Simon Douch, said: "This was an unprovoked attack on a man who had been enjoying a night out.
John Marques said he was forced to share a cell with the man suspected of Gary Douch's brutal murder in Mountjoy, just 48 hours before he was viciously beaten to death.
Lee Cousins, Kevin Smart and Shaun Davies, with the 88th-minute winner, netted for Rangers with Ricky Grayson and Matthew Douch replying.