plaister

plaister

(ˈpleɪstə)
n
Scot plaster
References in classic literature ?
Then she took some butter (not too much) on a knife and spread it on the loaf, in an apothecary kind of way, as if she were making a plaister - using both sides of the knife with a slapping dexterity, and trimming and moulding the butter off round the crust.
Jones gave his consent, and the plaister was applied accordingly.
He stuck to the colt like a plaister [sic], up ridges, down gullies; whooping and yelling with the wildest glee.
We're a collective three piece with me - Thomas James - on guitar and vocals, Sion Walsh on drums and backing vocals, Rhys Plaister on guitar and backing vocals.
Ambrose Plaister, CEO of Fleetwise, puts the key benefits under the four'C's' of cost, consolidation, confidence and continuity.
Ambrose Plaister has been named as new Chief Executive Officer by Fleetwise, with effective from 4 July.
In July we told how 14st security guard Allan Plaister was knocked off his bike by a divebombing gull, leaving him on crutches.
b) [A]nd make a plaister thereof, and lay it vpon the sinewes that be stiffe, and it will make them to stretch (EMEMT, Dawson, GoodHuswifes Iewell, 1596, f.
Our new ink provides superior performance on a wide range of substrates including HDPE and LDPE," comments Nick Plaister, Product Manager for CIJ at Domino.
In the third volume of Emma, Harriet's cotton-lined parcel of "Most precious treasures"--a scrap of court plaister and a pencil stub once belonging to Mr.
Isaiah 38:21 - "For Isaiah had said, Let them take a lump of figs, and lay it for a plaister upon the boil, and he shall recover.
The piece of court plaister among Harriet's "Most precious treasures" was intended to dress a cut that Mr.