Drenche

Drench´e


v. t. & i.1.To drown.
In the sea he drenched.
- Chaucer.
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I was surprised with the extra weight gain in the group that received Liquithrive Lamb as the flock has been treated with other nutritional drenches in the past but with little success," said the college's deputy head of faculty for agriculture, Jerry White.
The company, which supplies Sainsbury, M&S and Waitrose, claimed successful trials by its technical arm Qualtech proved it was possible to eliminate post-harvest drenches.
The discovery of resistance to white drenches proved a wake-up call for Peter Loxdale of Castle Hill Estate in Llanilar, near Aberystwyth.
By drenching only when required, Castle Hill has reduced the use of drench by 1-2 drenches over the season, saving around pounds 500.
In a surprise strike, Geri drenches her military chaperone with sea water as they stroll on the beach before yesterday's show - but her bikini defied the Muslim code
Beginning with the finest candy, Quality Candy Company drenches the soft candy patties in imported Belgian dark chocolate, the same chocolate used in King Leo(R)'s award-winning Peppermint Bark.
The rain serves one function: It drenches Biel's tank top for a second time.