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sheep dip

Testing removable media for malware before they are inserted into production computers.
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This case also demonstrated a commonality of interest between the sheep dip critics and the groups representing Gulf War veterans which welcomed the settlement in the belief that it would strengthen their campaign for a full investigation into the use of chemicals and OPs during the conflict with Iraq.
Mrs Bradbury's father, Brian Warrington, who runs a nearby farm, joined the hunt and went to the sheep dip. He spotted what he thought was a red rag in one corner but on closer inspection found it was his grandson's body clothed in a red T-shirt.
It is clear that it is not only farmers using sheep dips who have been affected.
BAPTISMS in a sheep dip are proving popular at a Coventry church.
Lady Mar, a farmer who is also a campaigner for action over health problems caused by organophosphates such as "sheep dip", came top with 570 votes.
There's hair remover, flea powder, axle grease, anti-freeze, engine oil, sheep dip, pigs pills, nail varnish, curry powder, toothpaste and after sha ve.
A RACEHORSE trainer who almost died after swigging from a whisky bottle full of sheep dip is looking forward to toasting his recovery with a drop of the real stuff.
A NEWLY disclosed government document has revealed the true impact that organophosphate sheep dip had on sheep farmers.
A tin of sheep dip de-licing product was also stolen.
It was once known in Welsh as the Sheep's Pool because before the advent of sheep dip, the flock was driven into the river and herded across by coracle men.
SERENEJ Norann Moran's Killarney boating scene SHEEP DIP nChristine Cooper snapped this little lamb at Dunaff pier, Co Donegal STUMPED nNoel O'Brien's fine composition from Dunmore East, Waterford A SHORE THING nA tranquil Glendalough by Joe Malone WATER SIGHT nCladdagh Bay in Galway by Sean Kelly SAND-SATIONAL nFamily day out in Belmullet, Co Mayo, by Mel Parsons STONE ME n The Dolman in Ballinskelligs by George Blackshields OH BOY J A day at the sea on Gola Island, Co Donegal, by Peg Sweeney REFLECTIONS n Lough Bunny, Co Leitrim, by Julie Williams KERRY GOLD nLighthouse at Valencia Island, Co Kerry, by Cillian Delaney HE'S A FUNGIE nAudrey Myers captures the thrill of seeing Fungie the dolphin off Dingle, Co Kerry
Among the obstacles in store for anyone brave enough to take up the challenge will be a cargo net, water run, sheep dip and The Wall.