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turps

1. Brit short for turpentine
2. Austral and NZ slang alcoholic drink, esp beer (esp in the phrase on the turps)
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Abnormalities can indicate hypovolemia (which can lead to shock) or fluid overload (which can lead to TURP syndrome (see below) (Vera, 2014).
Major fluctuation in serum sodium (4-14 mEq/L) seen in moderate TURP syndrome group patients.
For certain services, including gastric and pancreatic cancer surgery, abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, pediatric cardiac surgery, TURP, and AIDS care, the evidence of the volume-outcome relationship is strong.
They have poured paint all over the walls and poured turps down the church banners which are now ruined.
The study included 29 TURPs, 10 TURBTs, six PCNLs and 55 Cystoscopies.
We believe that more than 100,000 TURPs are performed in China each year and we look forward to continuing to work with Miracle Laser to take full advantage of this market opportunity in the future.
Tins of ink and turps, mixing containers, paper and rags were all kept in the hall.
Needle scratching vinyl, the smell of turps, and outside, the inner-city night growing colder as it slipped towards dawn.
Then poured in is the UniVer 3 Reagent Pillow, this turps the water purple.
It was always her place, a studio apartment, shorthand for a cramped flat in which jars of paint, rags saturated with turps mingled with the leavings of last night's dinner and scattered, cast aside clothes.