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n.1.(Surg.) Lint; esp., lint made into a tent for insertion into wounds or ulcers.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Nevertheless, with our basic facilities, homemade starting blocks and Sloans Linament we had great competitive times.
Also endorsing selected RDL brands are Paulo Avelino (for RDL Papaya Soap), Albert Martinez (RDL Linament Oil) and Korina Sanchez-Roxas.
They're not regressing to childhood, their stomachs fluttering at the nostalgic prospect of soaking in the fuggy warmth of Bovril and linament.
Whenever we can smell the linament and sweaty dressing rooms of a World Cup or the Euros our players start dropping like flies.
A dab of linament, a nourishing drag on a Senior Service, and back into action - how Hodgo must wish Andy Johnson was cut from the old cloth.
I know cash flow is at least as important as linament ointment when it comes to lubricating the day-today life of professional sports clubs and their governing bodies.
After injuring his knee during a Sunday morning match, a doctor gave him a week's sick note and a bottle of linament.